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Serial ATA - A Baked Idea implemented Clumbsily & Cheaply. SCSI SCA U320 = A+

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Jonnie Goodboy
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« on: December 14, 2011, 11:58:20 am »

I've had to buy three different SATA cables ... endeavouring to find one which ACTUALLY WORKS & FITS.

1 Didn't fit the case and broke the HDD side SATA socket.
2 Had metal locking tabs. Right-Angled on each end of 'Ribbon' Cable. Fitted the HDD but wouldn't stay in the MoBo socket.
3 Has One Right-Angle and one Straight Plug, plus metal locking tabs.... Fingers crossed.

I NEVER had any trouble with any of the previously mentioned IDE, ATA or SCSI standards, because, they were actually designed around STANDARDS.

Unbelievable Junk. Designed by Monkeys on Ribbon typewriters ...
« Last Edit: December 14, 2011, 11:59:52 am by Jonnie Goodboy » Report Spam   Logged

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