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    Is sata 6/gbs backwards compatible

    Can i plug my sata 3/gbs ssd into my sata 6/gbs port thks

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    Re: Is sata 6/gbs backwards compatible

    yes.

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    Re: Is sata 6/gbs backwards compatible

    Quote Originally Posted by GoNz0 View Post
    yes.
    Just for the sake of reinforcement

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    Re: Is sata 6/gbs backwards compatible

    Definitely.

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