SATA 3.0 can be used for high‑speed, stable and high‑quality data transmission of hard disks, optical drives and all interfaces, with fast speed and stable transmission.
SATA 3.0 is backward compatible with the old version of the specification "SATA Revision2. 6" (also known as SATA3Gbps), the interface and data line have not changed.
Adopts completely independent up and down transmissions. There are a total of 8 internal wires, 4 of which are differential transmission wires and 4 are ground wires to ensure more stable data transmission.
The SATA3.0 interface can give full play to the full performance of the current 7200 rpm 2.0 hard disk. The average transfer speed is between 110MB/s and 130MB/s, which is close to the maximum limit.
SATA Revision3.0 is a new version of the specification released by the Serial ATA International Organization (SATA‑IO) in May 2010. It is mainly to double the transmission speed to 6Gbps.