Having trouble with motherboard problems

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Is there any motherboard which can function without 6 GB/sec? because I have found cheaper one without it and also SSD in the original computer family.

Please help me about this, I don’t want to mess up. 

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Having trouble with motherboard problems

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There are motherboards that run 3Gb/second limit as the current specification for SSD card. The 3Gb/sec motherboard SSD is bumping head to head against 6Gb/sec card which last year reported is not yet ready but is ready to be solve out by the end of this year. They are now developing to make this 6Gb/sec motherboard more dramatic than the 3Gb/sec which came out late 2002-2003 does.

This ain't fast at all but it does support high operational video streaming that handle native command queue. You can do re-write and reads without grinding all components to perform to the maximum, it is not fast to the extend because as of now, it is not fully develop yet to perform it's best.

The 6Gb/sec SATA will be available but it won't compete with USB 3.0 when this comes out sooner. It is however can be a threat to any specification given the fact that this is bigger and faster however, it is not perfect yet because you might encounter compatibility issue. And hopefully by this year's end, they will find ways to make this more reliable because we expect this to perform to the fullest.

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Having trouble with motherboard problems

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Yes there are actually a lot of motherboards out there that can function well without problems without a SATA III (SATA 6 GB/s) controller in it. Most recent motherboards would have SATA II controllers which support 3GB/s speeds. Most if not all solid state drives (SSD) have specification that’s either SATA II or SATA III. That said, if you have a SATA II SSD, then surely it will work with the SATA II controllers on the motherboards.

If you do have a SATA III SSD and you connect that to a SATA II controller, it will still be able to work, however the specified speed of the SSD (which is 6 GB/s) won’t be reached since the controller can only do about half of it. But there shouldn’t be any problems with it.

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