Solved 6Gb standard SATA drive Tags: Hard Drives SATA Storage Last response: April 19, 2012 7:18 PM in Storage Share wolfsbane6 April 19, 2012 2:02:56 PM Is it ok to be running a 6Gb standard SATA Hard drive on a board with 3Gb standard?? My first time building with SATA drives. More about : 6gb standard sata drive Best solution aicom a b G Storage April 19, 2012 2:09:23 PM Sure, you won't see any speed degradation on a standard HDD. Share Rockdpm April 19, 2012 2:21:40 PM Yea you should be fine, I did that with my Last Motherboard and didn't have any problems m 0 l Related resources 6gb sata drive very slow - Forum Is SATA III overkill for standard 7200RPM drives? - Forum Sata 3gb vs 6gb drive - Forum 2TB Hard Drive won't work on Marvell 6GB SATA port - Forum Any drawbacks using sata 6gb s drive on 3gb s motherboard - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer wolfsbane6 April 19, 2012 2:35:01 PM Thanks for the replies. I will be throwing the machine together this weekend and was a little unsure about the HDD thing. Thanks again. m 0 l wolfsbane6 April 19, 2012 7:18:46 PM Best answer selected by wolfsbane6. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources WD SATA3 6GB drive Forum SolvedIs failure rate higher in Sata Drives verses Standard Drives Forum P9X79 Pro does not detect Sata 3gb drives in 6gb ports Forum MSI KT4 SATA (use as standard stand alone drive) Forum Will sata 3gb drives work on 6gb ports Forum Do slim DVD drives use a SATA standard? Forum Solvedswitching from sata 3gb to sata 6gb on samsung 840 evo Forum SolvedHelp with SATA 6gb on Asus Mobo Forum SolvedSATA cables--An unreliable standard? Forum SolvedNeed help ASAP, please!!!! (SATA 3gb and SATA 6gb issue) Forum Solved6GB per/s sata Forum SolvedSAS 6Gb raid VS. SATA III 6Gb raid Forum SolvedSata 3GB 6GB Forum Solvedis 6Gb sata really necessary? Forum SolvedSata 3GB to Sata 6GB? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !