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what is sata cables for hard drive?


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January 8, 2013 at 7:25 PM


SATA is the replacement of PATA (Parallel ATA). SATA stands for Serial ATA. This is a computer bus interface which is used to connect the storage devices (e.g. Hard disk drives, optical drives) with the host bus adapters.



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