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SATA2/3 or SATA3/6?

Poll Results: Sata2/Sata3 or Sata3/Sata6. Which is correct?

 
  • 14% (1)
    Sata2/Sata3
  • 85% (6)
    Sata3/Sata6
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Which is correct, Sata2 and Sata3 or Sata3 and Sata6?
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Sata 3 and 6 where the 3 and 6 refer to the speed in Gbps(gigabits per second)
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Vegetables View Post
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The term "Third Generation SATA technology" refers to the SATA 6Gb/s data transfer rate. Don't confuse "Gen 3" with a 3Gb/s Transfer rate. "Gen 2" was associated with 3Gb/s and often confused with the misnomer "SATA II." Do not use the terms "SATA II" or "SATA III," which are incorrect and have no meaning. In the past, the term "SATA II" sometimes was mistakenly used as a moniker for the SATA 3Gb/s data transfer rate, causing great confusion with customers because, quite simply, it's a misnomer.
Awesome. Thanks.
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