Your board has two SATA controllers, the main Intel ports provided by the X79 chipset, and the add on ASMedia 1061 chipset. The Intel chipset provides two SATA 6Gb/s ports, and four SATA 3Gb/s ports. The ASMedia chipset provides three SATA 6Gb/s ports on that board, but they are not as good as the Intel SATA ports. You are much better off using only the Intel SATA ports until they are all used up, if ever.
You should check the boards manual to locate which SATA ports are which, but the usual configuration is (with the board mounted in a PC case), the top two gray SATA ports are ASMedia, and the two gray ports below them, right next to the lower black ports, are the Intel SATA 6Gb/s ports. Connect the SSD to an Intel gray SATA Gb/s port, and any HDDs to the black Intel SATA 3Gb/s ports.
The no device found message may be caused by not having a SATA driver installed for the ASMedia chipset. Or if you have a DVD/CD drive in the PC, and it is set to first in the boot order but without a disk. You can disable the ASMedia SATA controller in the BIOS.
You'll need to check and possibly fix the boot order in the BIOS once everything is connected correctly. The Boot menu item in the BIOS is where that is done. Just set the SSD to first in the boot order.
Let us know how it goes.