Solved Does my motherboard support SATA III Tags: SATA Support Storage Motherboards Last response: August 13, 2013 6:53 PM in Storage Share icecappacino August 13, 2013 6:51:00 PM I have an MSI Motherboard x58 platinum sli I currently have a 1TB 16 cache Sata 2 I see that my board has sata 2 ports but doesn't mention sata 3...would it support sata 3 drives? More about : motherboard support sata iii Best solution cpatel1987 August 13, 2013 6:53:49 PM Share Yes, its backwards compatible. It just won't operate at Sata III speeds. It will operate at SATA II speeds. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumSolvedDoes my motherboard support sata2 and sata3 ForumSolvedDoes my unopened Gigabyte Motherboard support SATA? ForumSolvedDoes my motherboard support SATA 3? ForumSolvedDoes my motherboard support SATA 3? ForumDoes anybody knows what SATA mode (SATA II / SATA III) supports an ACER Aspire 5 ForumIntel D925XECV2 Motherboard - Does it support SATA-II? ForumSolvedWhat does SATA III compatible mean? ForumSolvedNew SATA III MotherBoard Suggestions? ForumSolvedWill a SATA I Drive work on a Motherboard with SATA III? ForumCan Asus x79 deluxe support RAID 10 with 4 x Sata III (6gb) Hdds? ForumSolvedWill a Seagate SATA III SSHD drive work with a SATA II motherboard? ForumSolvedDoes my motherboard support these? ForumSolvedDoes this motherboard support my gpu? ForumSolveddoes this gpu support my motherboard? ForumSolvedDoes this motherboard support UEFI? ForumSolvedDoes my Motherboard support this Graphics Card? ForumSolvedDoes my mother board support 1 TB / 2 TB sata hard disk? ForumSolvedDoes my Intel D945GCZ Motherboard support Intel Core 2 Duo? I have 3.4 Pentium D now and latest bios. TY. ForumSolvedDoes this motherboard support the FX-9590? (It supports AM3+ processors) ForumSolvedDoes this motherboard support the FX-9590? (It supports AM3+ processors) More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !