I'm a bit confused.I am seeing the same Maxtor HDD being referred to as ATA-133 and UDMA133.What is the difference. If any?
The ata is the type of cabling instead of ide, and the udma means the hd is capable of reading/writing quicker, taking resources away from chip (I think, but there's some good techs here who may add).
Oddly enough, I was just looking this up. Have a read of this click here
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