SATA Drive Technology

August 10, 2008

Serial ATA is the latest standard in high-speed hard drive storage, and it’s used in both large enterprise networks and consumer laptops and desktops. In this video, we’ll show you how SATA cables and configuration options are different than other available storage formats.

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  1. Samuel says:

    How are SATA drives faster IDE? Do they have faster seek times,or is the cables throughput?

  2. Pavel says:

    Just wanted to say, i was studying a printed materials (for A+) men it was boring, but watching this videos so much more fun! I’m really have fun to studying now…
    Thank you James!

  3. theparttymer says:

    I was wondering if there was any advantage to using the SATA Power versus the Legacy Power? I’m sure there is, I’m just curious what it would be. Thanks Professor!

  4. Aneeqsterman says:

    Just wanted to say that this video was great, and so are all of the others!
    Thank you so much for providing this for free. Along with doing A+, I was also looking to upgrade my computer, and these videos really help with both!

    Thanks,
    Aneeq.

  5. Lolo says:

    Very simple to understand. So SATA drives are better huh, gotta keep that in mind on my next computer purchase. (or I may build my own…LOL)Faster, Simpler connections.

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