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Thread: What is the Max GB for a mSATA card on a GA-Z68P-DS3 M/B




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    Default What is the Max GB for a mSATA card on a GA-Z68P-DS3 M/B

    I thought you guys deleted my post, maybe not. Anyway, nobody seems to know and there is nothing in the book or online to go by. I'm finding test results posted using OCZ 120GB Noctis so apparently 120GB is possible for caching.

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    Default Re: What is the Max GB for a mSATA card on a GA-Z68P-DS3 M/B

    No one deleted your post porpusfuly, the forum database was lost and went 6 days back.

    I don't think there should be any kind of restriction about the drive capacity. mSATA is just a different tyme of SATA connector.

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    Default Re: What is the Max GB for a mSATA card on a GA-Z68P-DS3 M/B

    Tov, toda !!!! That's what I was thinking. I'll go ahead and order the 120GB then. I'll report back later on.

    Buck
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    Default Re: What is the Max GB for a mSATA card on a GA-Z68P-DS3 M/B

    LOL there are better beaches than in Tel aviv.

    Are you going to use it as disk cache or as standalone SSD?

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    Default Re: What is the Max GB for a mSATA card on a GA-Z68P-DS3 M/B

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    LOL there are better beaches than in Tel aviv.

    Are you going to use it as disk cache or as standalone SSD?
    Well, Tel Aviv beaches are best for me anyway !! I was there 6 years and went nearly every day.

    I'm planning on just using it for cache. I'm wanting to try out all this new software Gigabyte and Intel have. I may need a little help later on.

    Buck

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