SATA Harddrives

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I've noticed that many ads for SATA harddrives do not specify whether they are SATA I or SATA II, and some do not even state the transfer rates so that it might be understood. Are ALL new SATA harddrives SATA II now?
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No. It can be I.

Best way is you open it up and there's a way to read the code, or you could ask the vendor when you're purchasing one..

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