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Can you plug a SATA II Drive into a SATA III Port?

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Just want to know, since the connections for the SATA III ports are at right angles which is better for cabling whilst the SATA II ports are vertical.

Thanks!

P.S. As long as it works as a SATAII Drive, I'll be happy.
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Yes. Makes no difference. Same architecture.

I'm running 4 Sata2 drives in Sata3 ports.

(PS. You mean Sata3 and Sata6)
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Originally Posted by AdmiralThrawn;12036033 
Yes. Makes no difference. Same architecture.

I'm running 4 Sata2 drives in Sata3 ports.

Thanks! That's exactly what I wanted to know.
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Im pretty sure this is possible try it anyway it wont harm your computer in anyway
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