| | Re: SATA speeds
"madscientist" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Since most of the SATA drives out there use the same internal
> engineering of the PATA drives, those drives crash and burn easy.
If they're the same internally wouldn't they have the same failure rate as
> companies like seagate have high failure rates on SATA drives. I work a
> hardware support job for a medium size company and see those SATA's
> from Maxtor and WD fail left and right. Even to the point where they
> have had to implement a company wide network backup system until we can
> get reliable drives from Dell. All I can say is DON'T GO SATA YET!
> These drives run too fast and hot for their own good.
Calm down, there are millions of people running SATA drives with no