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    UDMA 100 seriell ata

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    Re: UDMA 100 seriell ata

    Originally posted by A380
    Hi

    When connecting udma100 drives with udma100 cabel, do i have to look for sth.
    what i mean is the black and the blue plug. is there a difference?
    master/slave?

    how about seriell ata? should i wait until it is out, befor setting up a new pc?

    THX
    A380

    1) If you only have one drive, connect the blue end to mobo, and the OTHER end to the drive.....leaving the (gray) middle connector unused. Master is always the last drive on the chain.

    2) No matter what you do now...hard drive, processor, mem....in 6 months they'll have faster and/or greater out......your decision.
    I can explain it to you, but I cannot understand it for you

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    Yeppers
    I can explain it to you, but I cannot understand it for you

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