SATA Channels Tags: Motherboards SATA Build Gigabyte NAS / RAID Last response: June 25, 2009 11:34 PM in Motherboards Share richwhittaker June 25, 2009 7:57:58 PM Trying to build a RAID on a Gigabyte mobo (GA-M61P-S3) In my bios my SATA "channels" are listed as: Channel 1 Primary Channel 1 Secondary Channel 2 Primary Channel 2 Secondary However, they are marked on the board as SATAII0, SATAII1, SATAII2 and SATAII3 I am assuming: SATAII0 = Channel 1 Primary SATAII1 = Channel 1 Secondary SATAII2 = Channel 2 Primary SATAII3 = Channel 2 Secondary Is that incorrect? Thanks. More about : sata channels richwhittaker June 25, 2009 11:34:19 PM In case anyone else comes searching for this... I have confirmed that this is in fact the nomenclature. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources What is SATA and what are SATA channels? Forum Help me understand Sata ports vs channels Forum Which sata ports are which channels? Forum Help me understand Sata ports vs channels Forum SATA as Primary IDE question (IDE master/slave vs SATA channels) Forum P4P800 SE SATA Channels disappear after flash? Forum are sata channels locked or not? Forum SolvedSATA versus SAS drives for fibre channel SAN Forum Sata drive and dvd burner not always recognized on secondary ide channel Forum Help with drive number enumeration to correct channel for SATA HDD? Forum Only one sata channel works GX620 Forum 1 SATA CHANNEL TO 2 HARD DRIVES Forum Can a sata 150 4-channel pci raid card be used to run separate hard discs not ra Forum Use SATA 6.0 drive to SATA 3.0 channel - does it work Forum SATA 6.0 GB/s 18 channel Dual 1366 Mobo Forum Hard drive in Sata 0, but comes up in BIOS as IDE Channel 2? Forum Which channel do I connect my SATA HDDs and DVD drives to? Forum aSROCK dual sata | Dual Channel question Forum G8-K8N-SLI Dual Channel & SATA II Forum difference between dual and single channel SATA II controlle Forum More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !