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The current SATA revision used by your HDD/SSD drives is displayed on the Storage / ATA page of AIDA64.



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Fiery

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Fiery, I meant SATA revision on a motherboard because Storage / ATA shows the maximum of SATA revision which support HDD/SSD.

For example, it shows for my SSD "SATA-III" though my motherboard support only SATA-I. So it's not the current revision.

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I'm sorry for the misunderstanding.  What you're looking for is AFAIK cannot be detected under Windows.

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Fiery, the feature this user wanted is possible.

The drive itself can report what SATA mode it is in, but not all do so and seems more likely when the Drive is Sata Rev3 / 6Gb with some exceptions being ODD's

The utility SSD-Z implements it.

Attached to Intel ICH10 sata

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Attached to Marvel SATA 6G

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Attached to JMI E-Sata

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On ‎5‎/‎1‎/‎2019 at 4:22 PM, Squall Leonhart said:

Fiery, the feature this user wanted is possible.

The drive itself can report what SATA mode it is in, but not all do so and seems more likely when the Drive is Sata Rev3 / 6Gb with some exceptions being ODD's

The utility SSD-Z implements it.

Attached to Intel ICH10 sata

Attached to Marvel SATA 6G

Attached to JMI E-Sata

Thank you.  We'll try to find out how can that tool do what it does.

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