Motherboard: Asus P8H61-M LE/USB3 S1155/DDR3/SATA2/uATX Mainboard
Memory: 2x Corsair 4GB DDR3 1333MHZ Klikk (Total:8GB)
Graphics Card: VGA-PCI-Ex16x nVidia GTS450 Club-3D 1GB DDR3 VGA/DVI/HDMI
CPU:CPU-Intel-S1155 DualCore G630 2.7GHz (3M) BOX
PSU:650W EzCool 12cm Fan ATX Power Supply
Manhattan 324397 ; assuming a SATA cable
OS: Windows 7 64-bit.
The following parts list I need for information and particular links:
However, since these drives are so old I would strongly encourage you to replace any old HDD's or DVD drives with SATA. Often I see these converters have either limitations or simply fail and or are unreliable. Drives > 3~5 years old good now or not should be replaced and the data on them backed-up to newer drives. This includes older DVD's that you may have burned they have a very limited reliable life span.
Extra: 1x Adaptor Internal - Drive-IDE-PATA to
Board-IDE-SATA Manhattan 170598
1x Cable Internal - SATA300 70cm Red with latch
The Cables and the apdater are used to convert my PATA HDD to a SATA HDD because the motherboard only supports SATA.
No, I was only alerting you to the fact of the H61's limitation. I am an advocate of redundant RAID's and backups. If your single HDD fails then you lose all of your data and recovery is not an easy process.
All of my PC's except an HTPC (Media PC) have their data drives in RAID 1 (mirrored ; cloned drives) and backed-up daily at minimum.