And no performance issue? Then it is just Gigabyte that is displaying it like that and nothing to worry about.
Thanks for the reply! Now I can stop worrying...
However... I installed my chipset drivers using the latest drivers from AMD's website which were released on 4/25/2012 while under Gigabyte's support page for the 970a-ud3 has only up to the chipset drivers released on 4/12/2010.
Could this possibly cause any issues?
EDIT: I also did not install the SATA AHCI drivers during the process of the fresh Windows 7 installation. I installed the amd chipset drivers upon my first login to Windows 7 after I had completed the installation. Although, I remember setting my HDD to AHCI mode before the Windows 7 installation had commenced.
- Under device manager, when I go to the section "Disk Drives," it simply just states Samsung HD103SJ SATA Disk Device.
Isn't it suppose to state that it's running in AHCI mode?
Any issues that might occur because of this?