Is there any problem with running a sata drive from pciex1 ? Tags: Sata Pci Express Storage Last response: July 15, 2006 7:18 PM in Storage Share sligh July 15, 2006 3:31:42 PM Is there any problem with running a sata drive from a pci express x1 card? If it is slower what about non sataII drives? can the port handle regular sata well and will a card in the x1 port slow my graphics card down? ~Justin More about : problem running sata drive pciex1 | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove The_Prophecy July 15, 2006 7:18:58 PM In theory... no there's no problem, but why are you asking? Motherboards now come with more than enouh SATA ports.... unless you already have a lot of SATA drives. And yes it will slow your video down a little bit.... but not by much. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Storage>Is there any problem with running a sata drive from pciex1 ?> Related ressources: ForumPCI-EX1 Storage controllers ForumWindows in SSD conected to ad in SATA 3 Express card ForumSSD SATA II or SATA III Selection for ICH10R or 9128? Forum3 monitors per computer? / what does Quadro mean? / is PCI-Ex1 superio ForumHitachi Hard Drive Makes Clicking Noises ForumWill a pci-ex1 card fit a m2n-mx se plus motherboard ForumTesting a PCI slot ForumHow to test if all your computer components will fit together ForumSATA Controller card (PCI vs PCIe) ForumSATA 3 Drives running at SATA 2 Speeds why? ForumNew builder need help & recommendations w/ mobo part. ForumI5-750/SLI/USB3/ SATA 6 MoBo question -Answered- Forumproblem in 320 sata hard drive ForumSecondary SATA drive problem after disk clone ForumM5A97 SATA cable hard drive detection problem ? ForumAbout overclocking intel H67 Forum1 HDD vs. 2 HDD RAID-0 ForumHard Drive Qs/Dilemma on Raptors and Sata (II) ForumNew Raptor not running at 10k? ForumInstalling Windows on SATA drives on A7N8X-E Deluxe Mobo More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !