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Thread: Asus P8P67 Deluxe with a SIIG IDE Controller Card Socket 1155




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    Default Asus P8P67 Deluxe with a SIIG IDE Controller Card Socket 1155

    I hope you all can help me. I am almost to the point of no return, these new socket 1155 motherboards with the REV3 are not being produced with IDE support at all. Only the new ASRock Fatality 1 Pro has IDE for 2 devices. I need to know if the SIIG SC-PE4B12-S4, with the Sil680 will work in these motherboards, or are they motherboard dependant at all, I know they work with Windows 7 64 bit, because I have one running persectly right now with four Optical drives all IDE. My problem is that I bought a closeout of BenQ drives, all with IDE, and people want them, they are great Optical drives, all with the Nexperia chipset, I use them as needed, I like them also. I just need to know if they will work with the SIIG SC-PE4B12-S4 controller card in a PCI slot.
    If anyone can help me I would be really appreciate it.
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    Default Re: Asus P8P67 Deluxe with a SIIG IDE Controller Card Socket 1155

    Hello Alan

    The card you are referring to should work without any problems on the P67 boards and has worked great on every ASUS board I have seated it on.

    I would try it for you now but I sold my 980X system with my 680 IDE card on it and have not received a replacement for it as of yet.
    Kipper
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