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July 2, 2011 8:06:21 PM

Hello computer gurus,
I am in a processes of building a new desktop PC and I am trying to buy the Sata cables that fit into Hard drive and Cd/DVD player, I am trying to establish a (RAID) system and I am wondering if there is a SATA cable that would accommodate 3 hard drive connected to each other then connecting to the motherboard If anyone can help me with this problem I would greatly appreciated.
and as far as power goes would this power supply be sufficient? Thermaltake TR2 W0388RU 600W ATX 12V v2.2 Power Supplyor I need bigger? again I appreciate any and all help.
bellow is the component that I will be using in building the system.
Thank you very much for your help
here is my system I am putting together:
MB ASROCK|P67 EXTREME4 (B3) P67 R
CASE ROSEWILL|CHALLENGER RT
CPU COOLER CM|RR-CCH-PBU1-GP R
GIFT FUTUREMARK SHATTERED HORIZONS
MEM 4Gx2|G.SKILL F3-10600CL9D-8GBNT
THERMAL GREASE MASSCOOL FANNER420 R
CPU INTEL|CORE I5 2400 3.1G 6M R
(3) HD 500G|WD WD5002AALX % - OEM
(2)DVD BURN SAMSUNG | SH-222AB % - OEM
MS WIN 7 PRO SP1 64-BIT 1PK - OEM - OEM

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July 2, 2011 8:13:38 PM
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A) Please don't double post threads.

B) You have 2 options. Most motherboards today support RAID with a certain number of hard drives; you just plug them into specific SATA ports.

The second option is a RAID card that plugs into a PCI/PCI-E port. This is usually the better of the two options.

I'm not familiar with RAID setups since I've never done one, but the guys over the in the Storage -> RAID section can probably help you better.
July 2, 2011 8:21:33 PM

boiler1990 said:
A) Please don't double post threads.

B) You have 2 options. Most motherboards today support RAID with a certain number of hard drives; you just plug them into specific SATA ports.

The second option is a RAID card that plugs into a PCI/PCI-E port. This is usually the better of the two options.

I'm not familiar with RAID setups since I've never done one, but the guys over the in the Storage -> RAID section can probably help you better.






Hello,
Thank you for your help, I am sorry about the double thread, it happened by accident, I have been trying to delete one of them but don't know how.
Would you know haw to delete it? thank you for your help.
Jon
July 13, 2011 10:32:39 PM

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