EIDE recommended for be best interfaced HDD to go with then SATA 3.0?
my friend, who understands computers better then i do, asked me in an email on which interface is better to go with, EIDE or SATA 3.0?
i know it's rumored that SATA 6.0 is coming the future, but from what i read from wikipedia.org, it seems that EIDE is faster in Gbit/s then SATA right now. If im correct, wouldnt EIDE HDDs cost more to manufacture n sell to consumers?
ive gonna respond back soon, so it would be great if anyone 'smart with HDDs' can help me out, i would appreciate it. Thanks.
P.S. i know wikipedia.org is NOT the most reliable source but a helpful 'Learn about anything for Dummies' site i visit often. I mean, i go there just to learn things about, for example, Mortal Kombat or shows, etc.
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