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Pros: Perfect for motherboards with SATA-II controllers that run at 3.0 Gb/sec.
Cons: May run into compatability problems, but this is because the technology was not completely implemented when older boards were made. Can usually be resolved with BIOS updates.
Other Thoughts: Rognin seems to be confusing the different terms for SATA. SATA-II=3.0 GB/sec, SATA-III=6.0 GB/sec. This drive is an SATA-II drive with maximum throughput of 3.0 GB/sec. There is no reason to get an SATA-III drive if your motherboard does not support that technology, though it would work fine, and could later be connected to a board that does support it for better performance.