In conjunction with AMD, the company is showing off their tentative SATA3 spec, which reaches theoretical speeds of 600MBps while being backwards compatible with existing devices. The new spec will also feature improved power management and data streaming support in addition to its faster pipeline. Neither company is actually announcing products based on the technology yet, but according to Seagate, you can expect the first SATA3-based hard drives to arrive by the end of the year.
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