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Old 04-13-2009, 05:44 AM   #1
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Default G-Sata / SATA

So I've Googled, G-SATA is required if you plan on using RAID, and it uses a separate controller to normal SATA2 ports.

If you were to have a primary boot drive not in RAID, and then 2 or more other drives in RAID together, which ports would you use for which drives?

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Default Re: G-Sata / SATA

first off does your motherboard even support g-sata.
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Nope. But motherboards that I am looking @ buying do.
One, for instance, has 4 G-Sata ports and 6 normal SATA2 ports.
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