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    LGA 775 Motherboard With 7+ SATA ports?

    I'm looking for an LGA775 Motherboard that supports the 1333MHz FSB processors and can support the following hardware:

    4 HD RAID 5
    2 HD RAID 0
    1 SATA DVD-RW

    I have looked around but the most I can find is 6 SATA ports, can anyone help?

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    Re: LGA 775 Motherboard With 7+ SATA ports?

    I'd be looking into a RAID controller. Can't think of any with more than 6 off the top of my head.

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    Re: LGA 775 Motherboard With 7+ SATA ports?

    Run the eSata port back inside? Would that work?

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    Re: LGA 775 Motherboard With 7+ SATA ports?

    A lot of the new gigabyte boards have 8 ports on them, (most other boards have some of their ports 1 or 2 as e-sata which isn't always ideal), but the new gigabyte boards give you adaptors so you get the choice.

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    Re: LGA 775 Motherboard With 7+ SATA ports?

    Quote Originally Posted by kungpo View Post
    Run the eSata port back inside? Would that work?
    Yep that works, that how I'm running my SATA DVD-RW.

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