Ssd sata I vs hdd sata II Tags: Hard Drives SATA NAS / RAID Solid State Storage Last response: February 11, 2010 11:49 PM in Storage Share book0006 January 27, 2010 1:09:07 AM So I've come across these cheap solid state 16gb drives that I'm think of using for my OS. I was going to put two in a raid 0. Scandisk SATA 5000 sds5c-016g-000000 They're old sata I (1.5gb/s) I'm unsure if these would be faster than two caviar blacks (raid 0). sata II (3gb/s) of course Thanks, More about : ssd sata hdd sata r_manic a b G Storage February 11, 2010 11:49:32 PM I think you're better off getting a SATA II compatible SSD. Aside from better compatibility with Windows and other OSes (they're newer), the speed difference between SATA I and II is enormous. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumSsd sata I vs hdd sata II Forum[Newbie] GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD3R -- SSD SATA III vs SATA II ForumAdvice/Opinions SSD and IDE HDD vs . Single SATA HDD ForumHDD vs SSD with SATA 2? ForumPCIe ssd vs SATA III ssd on SATA II interface ForumProcessors in HDD and SATA III vs II ? ForumIs it worth upgrading to an SSD with a sata II mobo? ForumCrucial M4 sata ii ssd slow write speeds AHCI enabled Forum[Question] HDD SATA III (6 Gbit/s) Sequential Write speed on SATA II ForumSATA III SSD on SATA II Motherboard ForumSATA III ( HDD ) vs Momentus XT ( SATA II ) ForumZ68XP-UD3 2x SSD & 1 SATA HDD ? ForumOn-board mSATA SSD 3 GB/s vs SATA 6 GB/s connector & wire for separate SSD -O ForumSas ssd vs sata ssd ForumSATA III SSD w/ SATA II HDD 's Fastest Speed? ForumFirst SSD advice? ForumOS on SATA or SSD? Forum[Solved] SSD PCIe but I'm given the option between pata and sata? ForumSATA, SAS or SSD ForumWhere can I get a 4GB, 8GB, or 16GB SATA SSD for $50 or less? More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !