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Thread: replacement hd...
06-18-03, 03:59 PM #1
ok so im putting together my 1st system, and im lookin for a cheap hd. my 1st question is this: is it possible to change from 60 or 80 pin IDE (HD) -> 40 pin IDE (mobo)?
06-18-03, 04:10 PM #2
60pin? eh? 60pin connectors are SCSI II or something..
now there is 40 wire and 80 wire which is the cable difference between support fo ATA33 and ATA66/100/133 for drives.
06-18-03, 04:17 PM #3
maybe it was only 80 and 40... so many #s when it comes to hard drives my hd has 40pin IDE slots, but i cant seem to find any decent 40 pin IDE hds... any ideas?Core2Duo E6600 | 2*2048 Patriot PC2-6400
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06-18-03, 05:14 PM #4Originally posted by koontz946
maybe it was only 80 and 40... so many #s when it comes to hard drives my hd has 40pin IDE slots, but i cant seem to find any decent 40 pin IDE hds... any ideas?
80 strand cables are really just 40 pin. The extra 40 wires are there to inhibit electro-magnetic interference.
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