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"supports it native to the chip" native? and if ur gonna say native resolution whats that?
Native resolution has to do with monitors not hard drives.

Native to the chipset means AMD or Intel built the capability into the chipset to support sata 6gb/s.

Lots of previous generation motherboards had sata 6gb/s implemented by the motherboard maker. They use a chip that takes unused pci-e lanes and puts two 2.5gb/s links together for a 5gb/s link and advertise it as sata 6gb/s. But they didn't expect ssd technology to push 6gb/s to the limit so soon so their 5gb/s link runs slower not only because it's only 5gb/s but because the info is split between two ports to do it.
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Native resolution has to do with monitors not hard drives.

Native to the chipset means AMD or Intel built the capability into the chipset to support sata 6gb/s.

Lots of previous generation motherboards had sata 6gb/s implemented by the motherboard maker. They use a chip that takes unused pci-e lanes and puts two 2.5gb/s links together for a 5gb/s link and advertise it as sata 6gb/s. But they didn't expect ssd technology to push 6gb/s to the limit so soon so their 5gb/s link runs slower not only because it's only 5gb/s but because the info is split between two ports to do it.
ohhh i see well all 3 mobos are 6gb/s or 5gb/s

u know any really good ssds that will work well with the mobos? cuz i want the mobo ram and ssd to work well together

RAM Kingston HyperX 8GB http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc..._-20104266-L0A

ssd OCZ Agility 3 60gb or soemthing different http://www.tigerdirect.ca/applicatio...fCaJl0ydcXQbkQ
i think this is the cheapest ssd and fastest one out there

mobo F1A75-M PRO http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD...M1/F1A75M_PRO/

A75MA-G55 http://us.msi.com/product/mb/A75MA-G55.html#?div=Detail

GA-A75M-UD2H http://www.gigabyte.com/products/pro...px?pid=3928#sp

if i got this build would everything work well? is the ram to slow for the ssd?
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That memory would be fine with the ssd. The cpu is in between the two so memory speed is not quite that important to the ssd.
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I have the force gt 120gb on an X58 chipset..... doesn't r/w as fast as advertised because of the marvell controller. You need a p67 board to run as fast as advertised, yellowbeard told me this. I still get around 400mb read and 240 write though, plenty enough for me.
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