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Re: SATA what?

Tiny Tim
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You probably have to reserver one fan for the CPU.

"fred do" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> OK, instead of purchasing a SCSI hd I've decided to go ahead and get:
> Maxtor DiamondMax Plus9 80GB SATA150
> (
> 1) Instead of purchasing a seperate PCI card for it, would it work exactly
> the same if I bought a mobo with RAID built-in like this one:
> Gigabyte SoA VIA KT400A ATX A L R

> m)
> 2) What about the power cable? Can I use the same one as I use for UDMA
> ATA/133 IDE hard drives?
> 3) Can I set the SATA150 hard drive as C: drive and connect 2 other 120GB
> UDMA ATA/133 hard drives to the said mobo and have them act as D: and E:
> drives respectively in Windows XP?
> 4) According to the spec of the said mobo, there are "3 x cooling fan pin
> header". Does that mean I can connect 3 CoolerMaster Quiet 8cm Case Fans?
> TIA!

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