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    News - AMD's 785G chipset makes a splash at COMPUTEX

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    Re: News - AMD's 785G chipset makes a splash at COMPUTEX

    Is that lone SATA port next to the onboard audio being bullied by the other SATA ports.

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    Re: News - AMD's 785G chipset makes a splash at COMPUTEX

    It got called names for being the token eSATA breakout slot connector. Likely due to the number of connectors on the backplate, if there's eSATA it'll be on a bracket.
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    Re: News - AMD's 785G chipset makes a splash at COMPUTEX

    The article already states it has eSATA. So that single SATA is either for a second eSATA breakout or you have the ability to use that SATA link as either internal or external.

    Or it really is being bulied by the others

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    Re: News - AMD's 785G chipset makes a splash at COMPUTEX

    I've had a couple of boards with a lone SATA port there and in the manual it eludes to using it to raid with an eSATA drive (with that SATA and the eSATA being on the same controller)

    I would also like to think that if a motherboard sports "eSATA", it doesn't just bundle a SATA>eSATA cable.....but that's just me
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    Re: News - AMD's 785G chipset makes a splash at COMPUTEX

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    Re: News - AMD's 785G chipset makes a splash at COMPUTEX

    Kan I haz hybrid crossfire?

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    Re: News - AMD's 785G chipset makes a splash at COMPUTEX

    Pics of the J&W MINIX 785G.

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