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Modding Guide: Inline SATA Connectors. Serial ATA Bus Pin out [SATA], SATA Pinout, SATA Signal names. Serial ATA (Advanced Technology Attachment) [SATA Description] [Serial ATA Jitter] [Interface ICs] [SATA Connector/Cable] [SATA Pinout] [PATA] [Home] SATA Data pinout SATA Power pinout PATA Power pinout To date all new mother board designs are shipping with one or more SATA interfaces.

Serial ATA Bus Pin out [SATA], SATA Pinout, SATA Signal names

SATA signal names are with respect to the Host, the device connected to the host reverses the signal names. The Serial ATA interface [SATA] is the serial version of the IDE [ATA] spec. Related SATA acronyms; Direct Attached Storage [DAS], is a drive connected to a server. Networked Attached Storage [NAS], is a drive connected to a network. Storage Area Network [SAN], is a system of drives. Direct Access Storage Devices [DASD], is a fast-access drive connected to computer. Host Bus Adapter [HBA], is an interface between a computer and a drive. Fun (or forgotten) fact What does the acronym SATA stand for? Donate to interfacebus via PayPal: Donation for software / website support. Serial ATA. Serial ATA (SATA) is a computer bus interface that connects host bus adapters to mass storage devices such as hard disk drives and optical drives.

Serial ATA

Serial ATA replaces the older AT Attachment standard (later referred to as Parallel ATA or PATA), offering several advantages over the older interface: reduced cable size and cost (seven conductors instead of 40), native hot swapping, faster data transfer through higher signalling rates, and more efficient transfer through an (optional) I/O queuing protocol. SATA host adapters and devices communicate via a high-speed serial cable over two pairs of conductors. In contrast, parallel ATA (the redesignation for the legacy ATA specifications) used a 16-bit wide data bus with many additional support and control signals, all operating at much lower frequency. To ensure backward compatibility with legacy ATA software and applications, SATA uses the same basic ATA and ATAPI command-set as legacy ATA devices.

Supernova 1300 sata pinout. - EVGA Forums. All about the various PC power supply cables and connectors. Last updated: July 15, 2008 All about the various PC power supply cables and connectors The various power supply cables General info If you'd like more technical data about ATX power connectors then you can find the current specifications and more at Wires and connectors are not perfect conductors.

All about the various PC power supply cables and connectors

Some of the tables below provide the maximum wattage supported by a power cable and its associated power connector. Original PC main power cables The original PC debuted in 1981 and used two cables to connect the PSU (power supply) to the motherboard. In old PCs, almost all of the chips ran directly off of the 5 volt rail. 4 pin peripheral power cable The four pin peripheral power cable dates back to the original PC. I don't know of any official definition of the maximum current allowed in a peripheral cable. Current power supplies usually have at least two separate peripheral power cables, each of which has two or more peripheral connectors. Repository Of Power Supply Pin Outs. This will simply be a repository of Pinouts for people that are looking for them for their sleeving job.

Repository Of Power Supply Pin Outs.

This will be a community project and everyone is encouraged to add to the repository. It is always recommended that you make a pinout of your own, no matter what, before you begin on a sleeving job - remember to make one for all cables. Even if you see your pinout on the list please make one for yourself anyhow as nothing in this thread is iron clad and it should be a prerequisite to sleeving your power supply no matter how many times you have sleeved! I recommend investing in a PSU Tester and personally use the Thermaltake Dr Power II as it tests the main cables on an ATX PSU including the 8 Pin PCI-E cable which many testers do not include. I'd also suggest a Multi-Meter as a quick way of testing or doubling checking an individual pinout in the case of doubt. Another note of caution that some PSU makers will consider your warranty void by removing the wires! P.S.