Originally posted by NeedAcpu
SATA and SATA II is just the name of an orginization. SATA and SATA II are basically the same thing it's just said that hard drives with a 3gb/s transfer rate are SATA II although this is not the case. Read more about SATA II here http://www.sata-io.org/namingguidelines.asp
SATA is not the name of an organization. Seagate, or WD is the name of an organization.
SATA stands for Serial - ATA, whereeas PATA stands for Parallet ATA (these went on the stand IDE interface.
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