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iMac - SATA or SATA2? G5 iMac

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Hi guys,
I have decided my hard drive is dead and need to get another. Due to the urgency of things I can't wait for online delivery and need to get one off the shelf... this is the model of my (pre-intel) iMac

and this is the drive I can get locally and quickly but I have conflicting info on the G5 iMac supporting SATA2... and I'm no hardware expert.

Any advice would be great thanks!
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That drive will work, incidentally, there is no such thing as SATA II
There is a ton of info there!
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