IDE Hard Drives
Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE) is a standard interface for connecting a motherboard to storage devices such as hard drives and CD-ROM/DVD drives. The original IDE had a 16-bit interface that connected two devices to a single-ribbon cable.
You can use an IDE with nearly any type of system. But because of the technology's age, IDE has limitations in modern computing and has become obsolete. Western Digital and Seagate stopped manufacturing IDEs in 2013.
You will find an assortment of these drives in this section. You could use these for your data recovery projects and especially when you need a very particular model or brand.
A9918A HP Core IO Controller Board for RP RX servers
Addonics ADSACF-7MR COMPACT FLASH/SATA ADAPTER
CBL-0042L Supermicro 24-Pin ATX Power Extension Cable
AB422A HP 146GB 10K U320 SCSI Hard Drive Disk