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    Wow!!

    This mobo can suport up to 14 Hard drives!

    http://www.newegg.com/app/viewproduc...131-505&DEPA=0

    This is my next Motherboard!

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    someone wouls STILL install it in a bargain case with a generic 300w PSU...

    bet your ASS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zak33
    someone wouls STILL install it in a bargain case with a generic 300w PSU...

    bet your ASS
    I bet Qtec would love that

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    re: "This mobo can suport up to 14 Hard drives!"

    But can your wallet? :-)

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    More to the point, can your case?

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    My current one, the Abit AT7-MAX, supports 12 (8 on RAID, 4 on IDE).

    I've never used more than 4 though. Imagine the noise and heat that 12 would produce!

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    thats room for a LOT of porn

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    OK, so this isn't all on my mobo, but...

    4 ATA channels = 8 drives
    2 SATA channels = 2 drives
    15 SCSI connections = OMG!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kez
    OK, so this isn't all on my mobo, but...

    4 ATA channels = 8 drives
    2 SATA channels = 2 drives
    15 SCSI connections = OMG!
    thats some serious storage

    and when your S150 arrives I expect you'll be adding more drives

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildmonkeyUK
    thats some serious storage

    and when your S150 arrives I expect you'll be adding more drives
    Well I wish I could afford to populate all those controllers.

    Funnily enough though, I'm downsizing!

    My 60GB ATA drive will be taken out, along with the 9GB SCSI and the SCSI card (will sell I reckon.) The two 80GB SATA's I have will be hooked up with the other SATA I'm buying, onto the S150 in RAID5. Backups will be taken externally on my 200GB Icy Box drive.

    The computer will be transferred into a smaller case next year, hence the reduction in the number of drives inside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kez
    15 SCSI connections = OMG!
    x how many PCI slots?
    I dont like sig pics so i turn off sigs Which doesnt help when i dont know what ive written here! DOH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bindibadgi
    x how many PCI slots?
    ONE

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    14 Hard drives - nice - but i see the need for that dropping as the price and size of hard drives improve.

    still - 14 300 gig drives would be nice

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