Im looking at hd's and I am wondering what the difference is between a Ultra ATA interface and a UDMA interface, (there is also an ATA but I'm just assuming it is inferior to the ultra... cus ultra means better
). Which is faster and best for a performance oriented machine?
Also, what do the numbers after Ultra ATA drives mean (ie; 133, 100, 66...)?
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