We have three Gateway computers, two bought in 2005, another one in\n2007. All three of these machines have SATA capabilities on the\nmotherboards and the hard drives are SATA but the DVD drives are IDE. None\nof the power supplies had more than the two SATA plugs. Things were\nstarting to fail on one of the machines so we bought one of those ZT\nmachines from Costco. The MSI motherboard has 5 SATA slots, but again the\npower supply has two lousy SATA connectors which were already taken up with\nthe SATA hard drive and the SATA DVD-RW drives. Why do they build machines\nlike this? A power supply isn't that expensive. You can buy a Cool Master\npower supply with five SATA connectors for from Newegg. This is\nespecially frustrating because it is almost impossible to find IDE DVD\ndrives now. Since I prefer having two DVD drives on my machines (easier to\ncopy disks with two) I had to buy a SATA to IDE adapter to put a 2nd DVD\ndrive in this brand new machine. Adding a 2nd CD/DVD drive used to be a\nno-brainer easy upgrade, it would still be if they would stop putting power\nsupplies in them that didn't match the SATA capabilities of the\nmotherboards.