SSD connected to old MoBo Tags: SSD Connection Storage SATA Last response: May 4, 2013 7:49 AM in Storage Share thaslimarif May 4, 2013 1:26:50 AM Can i connect an SSD to my GIGABYTE 8I845GVM-RZ Mobo which is a very old one with no SATA port ? . Will it help in speed if a IDE to SATA adapter is used ? More about : ssd connected mobo David Mourao May 4, 2013 7:49:01 AM thaslimarif said:Can i connect an SSD to my GIGABYTE 8I845GVM-RZ Mobo which is a very old one with no SATA port ? . Will it help in speed if a IDE to SATA adapter is used ? It is definately NOT recommended. It will either not work at all or work for a short period of time. And even if ot did work, you'd get really low performance. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWin7 won't boot from SSD, without old HDD (with XP) still connected. ForumCan I use my SSD OS drive with this old MSI mobo? ForumHelp A Noob Pick An SSD For Old Mobo ForumInstalling SSD on old Mobo ForumWin7 image to new SSD/mobo need help clearing old drivers ForumSSD stutters with 4 year old mobo?? ForumBest/fastest (non ssd) HD for 1 year old MSI mobo ForumSolvedcan a SATA III HDD be connected to SATA II mobo? ForumSolvedHDD Only Detected in BIOS if SSD isn't Connected ForumSolvedInstalling new Motherboard, new SSD and clean install new windows-7 on old windows xp computer ForumSolvedNew ssd old hdd w/ OS question ForumSolvedNew SSD and New OS with Old OS and Old HDD, help? ForumSolvedGot a new SSD need to access old HDD ForumSolvedInstalling new OS on new SSD with old equipment - problems? ForumSolvedOld HDD with New SSD help ForumSolvedHow to use an old SSD with an old OS in a new build with new OS ForumSolvedNew HDD compatible with My Old MOBO? ForumSolvedWill msi r7770 work on my old mobo? ForumSolvedPreinstalling BF4 to my new SSD from my OLD system ForumSolvedSeeking advice on CPU, mobo, RAM and SSD comparison More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !