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ClemsonJeeper

ClemsonJeeper

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In Topic: [GUIDE] Scripted Yosemite/Mavericks Install on Gigabyte Mobos

28 April 2011 - 11:42 PM

I was wondering if anyone had experience with using an internal SATA 3 (6.0GB/s) card with a drive attached to it as the boot drive for OSX on this motherboard?

I'm currently running with a SSD (3GB/s interface) tied into the on-board SATA connectors, but am wanting to upgrade to a faster SSD this season and it seems all the new ones are 6GB/s interface drives, which means I need to get an add-on card to control them.

I was just wondering if there is any issue with getting OSX to boot up off a drive attached to a external add-on SATA card.

Likely the card I'm going to get is the Highpoint Rocket 620 PCI express card which (supposedly) is fully supported under OSX.


Anyone happen to have any experience with this? Never got a response.

In Topic: [GUIDE] Scripted Yosemite/Mavericks Install on Gigabyte Mobos

23 March 2011 - 02:31 PM

I was wondering if anyone had experience with using an internal SATA 3 (6.0GB/s) card with a drive attached to it as the boot drive for OSX on this motherboard?

I'm currently running with a SSD (3GB/s interface) tied into the on-board SATA connectors, but am wanting to upgrade to a faster SSD this season and it seems all the new ones are 6GB/s interface drives, which means I need to get an add-on card to control them.

I was just wondering if there is any issue with getting OSX to boot up off a drive attached to a external add-on SATA card.

Likely the card I'm going to get is the Highpoint Rocket 620 PCI express card which (supposedly) is fully supported under OSX.
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