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idata
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SSD HD

I just bought new computer top of the module of each part as follow:

main board GigaByte Intel P67

CPU 17 2600k

16 GB ram 1366Mhz

Nvidia 430

and SSD 120 GB hard drive connected in SATA 3.

i install win 7 64 bit and all work amazing and very very fast until ... i try to connect SATA 2 HD in the moment i add HD on sata 2 the computer become very slow , i connect 2T black WD totaly new and Grenn 1.5T WD in the moment i connect sata 2 HD all system start moving very slow.

I update the chip set all drives are up to date but nothing help me.

any one have any idea why its happen? any idea how to solve this problem ?

thanks

daniel

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RGiff
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Try connecting the hard drive to the SATA 3 it should be backwards compatable.

idata
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Is there motherboard a B2 or B3 revision? i.e. When did you purchase the motherboard?

There is a known issue on B2 P67 with the SATA 3Gb/s ports that can cause performance degradation. The SATA 6Gb/s are unaffected. Motherboard manufacturers and Intel are working to replace the B2 for all customers.

idata
Community Manager
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thr problem was another new HD that was conected to this computer, now all is working perfect... its look like http://www.urbanride.com charter a bus.... i hope WD will handle the replacement in a quick way.

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