Does SATA help a DVD Burner? Tags: Optical Media SATA DVD Burner Storage Last response: March 17, 2006 4:29 PM in Storage Share Lan March 17, 2006 2:34:43 PM Hey everyone. The topic says it all really. I know that I will eventually be getting a DVD burner for my regular computer at home (I only have one in the house at all, and that is on my server). So does having a sata interface on a burner help out at all? And if it does help, how? This has been bugging me for awhile now and I finally decided to try and find out. Thanks for your help. More about : sata dvd burner biggy52 March 17, 2006 4:29:24 PM Hi. Well in my opinion , i dont think SATA makes much of a difference then IDE. Infact IDE or SATA speeds dont even come into picture when using it for Optical Drives.. The only reason i find for upgrading to SATA is better cable management and getting rid of the FAT IDE cable. .. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Need to replace IDE DVD Burner with SATA Forum Lite-On 24x DVD Burner SATA iHAS 124-04 Forum Problems installing Sata DVD burner Forum Added SATA DVD burner and system won't post? Forum Have not found a SATA DVD Burner that works.. Forum IDE DVD burner in an SATA computer. Forum Does dell 8400 use sataor ide connection for dvd burner Forum Need help picking FAST 24X DVD Burner ... Forum Linux Mint 13 Maya Dvd Burner issues Forum DVD Burner Help Forum Buying DVD Burner today, please help me I am overwhelmed! Forum Help picking a sata dvd burner Forum One dvd burner not reading Forum Sata drive and dvd burner not always recognized on secondary ide channel Forum IDE to SATA converter on DVD burner problem. Forum Best SSD Of 2013, Which is it? Forum BEST DVD BURNERS? Forum Converting One SATA drive with data to RAID0 w/o reformat? Forum sata HDD as a USB device? Forum moving sata raid drives to new computer???? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !