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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

First SATA-III Hard Drive from Segate

Segate is the first manufacturer to produce third generation of Serial ATA with the speed upto 6 gigabits per second.

The Segate ST32000641AS is ready to lunch on September 23rd, 2009.


  • 7,200 RPM
  • 2 TB capacity
  • 64 MB cache
  • 138 MB/sec sustained data rate.
  • Power consuption- 9.23 watts
  • MTBF - 750,000

Price of Segate ST32000641AS is appx. 299 U.S dollars


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You'll have to adjust the jumper settings. The jumper settings are a group of 9 little pins on the back near the power, with a little plastic bridge between two of them. On your new hard drive there should be a little map of where to move that bridge.

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