Best motherboard supports my rig?

I am planning to add a HDD Western Digital Caviar Blue SATA 6.0Gb/s & SSD "Corsair Force Series 3 60GB SATA 3 6Gb/s SSD".
In the specs-sheet of the mobo m buying "Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3H 32GB DDR3", it says it supports only 1 sata 6gb/s header, whereas in both SSD & HDD title it says 6gb/s. Do i need to buy a better mobo(maybe with 2 6gb/s interface??) to get maximum out of both HDD & SSD? Plz advise and explain why since i don't have much knowledge regarding this. It can be a bit expensive but it must be good.


Motherboard---->>>> http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4150#sp


HDD---->>>>> http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822136769

SSD--->>>>>> http://www.corsair.com/en/ssd/force-series-3-ssd/force-series-3-60gb-sata-3-6gbps-solid-state-hard-drive-cssd-f60gb3a-bk.html


Also, I have purchased the SSD. is there really that much difference between gt series and 3 series?

PS: I am buying i5-3450 proccy.
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  1. For the HDD, there is no speed gain on SATA3, just the burst speed,

    than it slows down in 10 sec.
  2. SSD will use the full speed, HDD can't.
  3. nikorr said:
    SSD will use the full speed, HDD can't.

    Thank you for your prompt reply. So if i put my HDD into SATA 2 it won't affect the speed like transfer speed etc in any manner?
  4. Nope. The speed is fast only through the buffer and when that is full, its starts to go down.

    U will not notice that at all. HDD is slow to keep the speed up.

    That's where SSD excels.
  5. nikorr said:
    Nope. The speed is fast only through the buffer and when that is full, its starts to go down.

    U will not notice that at all. HDD is slow to keep the speed up.

    That's where SSD excels.

    That's great :) . Can you also tell me if there is any vast difference in speeds of force 3 series SSD & force gt series.
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