An Analysis between SATA, PATA and SCSIBy Angsuman Chakraborty, Gaea News Network
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
To start geeky things with a straight face (:|), let’s get familiar with the full name of the gentlemen we are going to discuss about. PATA stands for Parallel Advanced Technology Attachment, SATA means Serial Advanced Technology Attachment and SCSI is Small Computer System Interface. It would have been better if we could stop at that. But gadgetophilia’s detailed analysis takes us to a deep level perspective of these three. Generally we have always worked in an environment where the hard drives been categorized by such techie distinctions. Its always okay to ignore some complicated details about hardware but if you are interested in knowing the difference between SATA, PATA and SCSI drives, then here is the best post availble for you.
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