7200 rpm drive is the limit of speed for an ATI drive
you may go higher as 7200 is the min. speed for a SATA drive. if it's an older board, chances are it's not SATA as this is new. check to see what you have before you purchase.
and "OEM only" i'm not sure what you mean, but a hard drive is a hard drive. some are better than others but as long as you know what matches your motherboard as far as type (ATA, SATA, or SCSI) then you should be ok. enjoy.
by the way, if you find a couple drives feel free to post links to them, we'll compaire and give you the ups and downs of each.
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