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    udma mode 7

    Hi all,

    Just installed a SATA controller card and 80gig SATA drive in my SN45G, but in Windows the drive shows up as mode 6 and not 7, ie 133 and not 150. Any ideas?

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    I shouldn't worry, my 80GB SATA drives show up as that on my RAID controller.
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    Ditto with my mate's 80GB SATA drive.
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    isn't the sn45g a ata133 mobo ? and isn't the samsun spinpoint p80 a ata 133 hdd if so why does windows show it has a udma 5 hdd ?



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    Yes the standard IDE connectors on the mobo are ATA 133 as they're IDE after all. But I figured that with the controller card, it would be ATA 150, as it's SATA.

    Thanks for the replies BTW.

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