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This is just my lack of experiance talking, but here's the deal...

I have a VIA chipset that supports UDMA66.
the HD also supports it....
bla bla bla..

how do i know that linux is using the drive in UDMA66 mode?

I do get the message at bootup:
ide0: VIA Bus-Master (U)DMA Timing Config Success

But that could be UDMA16 for all i know....

How do i know what mode it's in?

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