Price of SATA II harddisks

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    anilthomas26 New Member

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    Hi,
    Please give me the latest price of SATA II hard disks


    Thnx in Advance
     
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    Recently got a price for a Hitachi SATA II 250GB - 5500/-
     
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    seagate 160 GB with 8 MB cache in Mumbai 4400
     
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    Wats the price of a 80 GB and 120 GB SATA II hard disk
     
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    SATA 160 gb

    Sata 160 gb Seagate Baracuda purchased last week at Lamington Road, Mumbai for Rs. 3600/-
     
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    HELLO GUYS COULD U PLEASE TELL THEN DIFFERNCE BETWEEN SATA I n SATA II
    i know tht SATA II is having transfer sped abt 3.gb
    BUt does these work on normal SATA board...
    My board is ASUS P5RD1 Vm Will SATA II work on my board...
     
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    No guys !!! Sata II is a different from SATA I , your motherboard need to have a support for this sata II technology else the hdd wouldnt work at those speeds.

    Although i heard that Sata II hdds are backward compatible , means they would work on sata I mobos too....is it true ?
     
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    Ya many SATA II HDD have got jumphers to set it to SATA I mode
     
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    Do u guys mean tht it will work on my mobo, but will work as SATA 1 giving be same transfer rate about 15o mb/s
    So now its worth taking SATA 2 drives then SATA 1 right..
    Please comment
     
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    what would be the best 120 and 160 GB Hard Disk for INTEL orginal 865 GBF mobo + Intel 2.4Ghz processor.. I already have a 40 GB IDE SAMSUNG SP041N HDD.
    Plz suggest...
     
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    @ymhatre definetly taking a SATA 2 will be good if u ever upgrade ur mobo u will not need a HDD upgrade for higher speeds just adjust the jumphers.

    @medigit buying a large HDD is always good. I would suggest u to get the biggest HDD which u can afford. Whatever is the size of HDD one day u will feel it is small.
     
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