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1st motherboard to feature SATA ports?

What era did SATA ports start arriving, my google-fu is unclear.

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Around 2002. I have an old computer that had Windows XP 2002, that board has 3 IDE, a Floppy Disk Connector, and 2 SATA

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Probably with the introduction of LGA 775 in 2004 i guess?

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I had the first SATA ports on a Core2Duo board... the Asrock 4 Core Dual Vsta. Must be way over 10 years old I think

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Cruncy-

 

What cpu form factor was that?

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1 minute ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

Around 2002. I have an old computer that had Windows XP 2002, that board has 3 IDE, a Floppy Disk Connector, and 2 SATA

A little later than that I think. The first revision of SATA was released in early 2003 (source).

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Just now, oskarha said:

A little later than that I think. The first revision of SATA was released in early 2003 (source).

I did say "around 2002"...

 

2 minutes ago, Radium_Angel said:

Cruncy-

 

What cpu form factor was that?

It's an Athlon 64 X2 3800+ desktop

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Thanks, I was considering putting together a fun build, and thought it'd be fun to use an old SATA 1 port with a socket 370 CPU, but the timelines don't match

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Just now, Crunchy Dragon said:

I did say "around 2002"...

 

It's an Athlon 64 X2 3800+ desktop

That CPU is from 2005 according to CPU-World :P

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Just now, oskarha said:

That CPU is from 2005 according to CPU-World :P

Again, "around".

 

Means I'm estimating. xD

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Just now, Crunchy Dragon said:

Again, "around".

 

Means I'm estimating. xD

Yes I know, but saying a system is from 2002 when its actually from 2005 is somewhat misleading ;)

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Just now, oskarha said:

Yes I know, but saying a system is from 2002 when its actually from 2005 is somewhat misleading ;)

Well I didn't know the specifics until just now, and it was a prebuilt I liberated from my grandparents house.

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It was standardized in 2000, so look for boards sold around that time.

 

For example socket A (462) , boards with VIA KT600 chipset like this Asrock K7VT6 with 2 sata 1.5 gbps : https://www.asrock.com/mb/VIA/K7VT6/index.us.asp#osXP32

Or socket 478 , boards like Asrock P4VM890 with some via chipset : https://www.asrock.com/mb/VIA/P4VM890/index.us.asp#osXP32

Or Asrock P4i65G with the Intel 865g chipset : https://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/P4i65G/index.us.asp#osXP32

 

I'm using Asrock because it has a nice list that has ALL their motherboards grouped by socket so it's easy to just scroll down and pick boards and then look at the board pictures.

 

If you do some research, you can go on Wikipedia and search for something like "List of Intel Chipsets" , "list of sis chipsets" , "list of amd chipsets" , list of "ali chipsets" and then look at which one is the first that had sata integrated and then you'd have to look at motherboard makers who had boards with that chipset.

Note that there's also boards which had sata via a separate sata controller chip.

 

Socket 370 was common between 1998 and 2001 so you may be lucky to find some motherboard at the end of its time with a separate sata controller on it (because chipsets most likely had no sata)

 

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1 minute ago, mariushm said:

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Note that some early boards had internal PATA to SATA adapters (aka not native SATA through a dedicated controller or the chipset), limiting them to PATA speeds and features.

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From what I've remembered, first to ever have SATA was on the Intel 915 series. The older chipset have them too, but it was never installed. you can see the SATA solder points on the board. It was later on when they reintroduced those boards back, is when they added SATA. Back then when a new chipset comes out, the old ones don't go away, they come back at a much cheaper price with more features. This was back in 2003. Intel 915 was also the introduction of PCIe.

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