Serial ATA (SATA or Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) is a computer bus interface for connecting host bus adapters to mass storage devices such as hard disk drives and optical drives. Serial ATA was designed to replace the older ATA (AT Attachment) standard (also known as EIDE), offering many ...

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How to connect SCA-2 to SATA? [closed]

I have SCA-2 hard drive with connector like this: http://www.ivoryegg.com/imagesNew/150000/154608--659238-7378.jpg It's possible to connect it to motherboard with SATA? Thanks!
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Connecting a SAS server drive with SATA USB cable + Converter [closed]

I'd like to connect a SAS drive (ST3600057SS) to my computer via a USB SATA cable combined with a SAS to SATA converter. This doesn't work and I would like to know why and if there's any way around ...
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What are the pros/cons of software raid made up disk connected over SATA and others over USB? [closed]

I would like to use RAID1 with 1 SATA disk and 2 USB disks PS: This is an ARM board (cubietruck) with only 1 SATA port and 2 USB ports. PS2: The OS boots from a SD card :) PS3: The setup does not ...
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How to connect 12 SATA 3 disks to a server with GA-790XTA-UD4 board [closed]

How can I connect 12 SATA 3 disks to a motherboard that has just two SATA 3 connectors. What solution would you recommend?
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What is a Fibre Channel disk? [closed]

Our NetAPP SAN uses something called "Fibre Channel" disks. What are Fibre Channel disks, and does this mean that I can't replace them with a NetApp SATA or SAS disk?