What Is the Difference between Ide and Sata?

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The difference between IDE and SATA is that SATA cables are only 7 pins wide compared to the IDE Ribbon Cable which is 40 pins. SATA transfers data faster than IDE. IDE connects two drives to the motherboard while the SATA cable connects only one hard drive to the motherboard.
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