IDE ATA-133 to Serial ATA SATA Converter SYA
    Product # 327
    IDE ATA-133 to Serial ATA SATA Converter SYA
    Product # 327
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    IDE ATA-133 to Serial ATA SATA Converter SYA

    Attach this Mini dongle SATA converter board to the back of your EIDE, IDE, ATAPI, ATA/33, ATA366, Ultra ATA/100, Ultra ATA/133 Hard Drives and instantly turn them into a new Serial ATA Hard Drives that meets Serial ATA 1.5Gb/s interface standard.

    The device mounts to the back of your EIDE, IDE, ATAPI, ATA/33, ATA366, Ultra ATA/100, Ultra ATA/133 device converting SATA command through Serial ATA interface from the interface host (On Board/ Add-on Serial ATA controller), decoding SATA command and converting them to Parallel ATA command. Responses from the device are deciphered, proceed and convert back to SATA protocol and send to the host.

    Turn ALL of your old HDDs into Next Generation High Speed Serial ATA Devices!

    Serial ATA interface supports high transfer, boosts transfer rate up to 1.5Gb/s (150 MB/s)
    Plug-N-Play Easy Installation, no driver required.
    Supports SATA RAID setup (1 SATA converter board for each device)

    (*)Please set the IDE drive to Master mode before connection the IDE drive.
                                                           *** NOT compatible with 2.5****
    • Compliant with Serial ATA 1.0 specification

    • Silicon Image (Sunplus) Standalone Parallel ATA To Serial ATA Device Bridge Chip

    • Support ATAPI HDD

    • Compatible with Ultra ATA 100/133

    • Direct attach on device converter

    • Data transfer rate up to 1.5 Gbps (150 MB/s)

    • No driver is needed

    71 Reviews

    78.45% of the reviewers recommend this product


    doesn't work eith EIDE DVD-ROM drive

    • Anonymous,
    •  Riverside, CA 
    • 12/8/2015 4:49:23 PM

    Pros: none since it doesn't work

    Cons: doesn't work

    tried setting jumper to Master, Slave, Cable Select and none worked.

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    • Nl,
    •  almonte, on 
    • 12/3/2015 7:47:42 PM

    Pros: none

    Cons: didn't work for me

    Didn't work for me .Two Lg dvd drives and one Phillips .And yes did set jumper to master.Actually tried all jumper position.and yes had power to both adapter and drive.Lights came on on back of adapter but win 7 doesn't see drive.
    Too bad.

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    • Tar Booth,
    •  Lutherville, MD 
    • 8/31/2015 10:04:36 PM

    Pros: All good!

    Cons: I wish this product had been a kit with 12inch SATA 15pin Male to 4pin Molex and 4pin Power Cable
    Product Number: 7642, and a SATA cable, however the MONOPRICE staff person I spoke with helped me pick what I needed.

    Very easy to install. I see in the product description there is a note to set the IDE drive to Master. This was very helpful considering that one of the reviews mentioned the lack of this instruction in the product documentation.
    Now I can use DBAN to wipe my old drives and recycle them.

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    Doesn't Work

    • Anonymous,
    •  Glendale, AZ 
    • 7/8/2015 11:52:05 AM

    Pros: Doesn't work but it is cheap

    Cons: Even thou I read all the reviews and their details, a lot of negatives, I carefully installed the gizmo hoping I might be one of the lucky ones. Nope, she won't work. I should have just bought a new DVD drive instead $11 vs the $6+ for the adapter.

    Don't buy it...get a new drive instead.

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    It Works Fine

    • Anonymous,
    •  Phoenix, AZ 
    • 4/11/2015 9:00:53 PM

    Pros: It was simple to install and it worked fine.

    Cons: Not much of a con, but the connector on the adapter that attaches to the male pins on the IDE drive is smaller and it is very possible to actually miss-connect the adapter by being off a set of pins.

    After I installed the adapter and made sure that both the adapter and the hard drive had their associated power plugs installed, the adapter light came on and seemed to work. However, the bios didn't recognize the drive. The issue was that I didn't have a jumper on the CS or cable select position of the hard drive. A quick fix of that and everything worked terrific.

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