Ultra ATA/100 "will it work"?

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  1. scs_productions macrumors newbie

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    Hello


    i have a quick question. i am in need of a new hard drive and am looking at the Seagate Barracuda 7200.7.
    _____This drive is an Ultra ATA/100, does the Dual G4 867MHz MDD support ultra ATA/100, i have looked around and could not find an answer._

    Has anybody tried the seagate drives?
    are they good?

    Thanks for the help

    if my computer will not support the Ultra ATA/100 drives what do you suggest getting. I am looking for a 160-200GB drive for only Video Editing.

    At this point in time i am not ready to use a SCSI Hard drive setup
    UNLESS!!! it is really fast and easy to hook up and will not cost me much more then the ATA/100 setup

    thanks for the help

    Steve
     
  2. Sun Baked macrumors G5

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    I think every new/old Mac with DDR memory supports ATA/100 -- part of the new chipset.
     
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