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Robert Graham
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Originally Posted by Avalon
I'm not sure if the connectors are different between SATA1, 2 or 3, but the G5 isn't SATA 2 or 3 compliant...so even if it would fit, you wouldn't have any speed benefit.
Thanks for responding. The G5 specs say the stock 250 GB drive is SATA 1.5 Gbps, but not if it is SATA II.

"...Serial ATA supports 1.5-Gbps throughput per channel (equivalent to a data rate of 150 MBps). The Power Mac G5 can hold two internal 500GB Serial ATA drives for a total capacity of 1TB of storage."

Are you saying the Mac's IDE host interface can't read SATA 2 and 3?
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