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SATA Drives - Do they have data transfer modes or a rough equivalent to data transfer modes?

Take a look at the table titled Features introduced with each ATA revision on the following Wikipedia page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parallel_ATA#EIDE_and_ATA-2

Do SATA drives have transfer mode or transfer rate classifications that are remotely similar to these?
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Your SATA drive will use the max available speed of the SATA controller given by your mobo. So no need to worry about that.
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Thanks for the thoughtful responses.

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