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Blu Ray SATA or IDE?

Discussion in 'Storage' started by Rebel1970, Nov 22, 2012.

  1. Rebel1970 New Member

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    Are all blu ray drive sata? Is it possible to find an IDE blu ray drive? I have no more sata connections on the mother board, but I have have the ide connections.
    Thanks in advance
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    IDE is a legacy connector.

    You can buy a SATA expansion card, use SATA-IDE adapter or get an external Blu-Ray drive with USB.
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    You may bottlebeck Blu-ray on IDE. I would get a small PCI-E SATA card if you have some 1x PCI-E slots available.
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