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Finding a good PCI-e card with 6 SATA3 ports for less than 90 usd will be a little hard.

I can find a 4 port SATA3 card for $88 but I don't know how good it is
http://www.amazon.com/StarTech-com-Express-Controller-Heatsink-PEXSAT34RH/dp/B00BUC3N74/ref=sr_1_20?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1366578236&sr=1-20&keywords=sata3
Edited by Zeus - 4/21/13 at 2:09pm
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if i upgrade to new mobo that means i need to upgrade my cpu which i cant afford
that would probably cost like 200+ usd
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if i upgrade to new mobo that means i need to upgrade my cpu which i cant afford
that would probably cost like 200+ usd
Don't bother. Random read speeds are way way more important and Intel ICH random speeds are always better than any other chip out there
Actually truth is alot of SATA cards like ASM1061 (Which is supposedly the fastest chip at rock bottom) is probably not much better than ICH10R SATA2 in terms of seq r/w
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Don't bother. Random read speeds are way way more important and Intel ICH random speeds are always better than any other chip out there
Actually truth is alot of SATA cards like ASM1061 (Which is supposedly the fastest chip at rock bottom) is probably not much better than ICH10R SATA2 in terms of seq r/w
Thruth is AS Media 1061 is great chip but one pci-e line cant give him what he want.

By the way AS Media have great controllers usb 3.0 and sata.
Marvell is another story his 9128 is not good.
About thread,what you need to do is:
Dont buy card buy two ssd and put them in raid,this is only way you will see sata3 speeds and one day when you upgrade you would not have useless pci-card.
If you plan to buy 256gb ssd,then buy 2x128gb ssd.
P.S.This is no good advice if you plan to buy only 128gb ssd.biggrin.gif
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Actually i'll just say not to bother getting a SATA3 card but rather if he badly wants SATA3 performance get 2 128GB SSDs (Like Plextor)
Anyway 4k random r/w perf doesn't increase unless you go extremely deep (in terms of QD)
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post #16 of 16
No problem,I just dont want people to blame AS Media controllers for low speeds.Thing that slowing them down is their position on motherboard.If somehow they could be on same position like Intel sata3 controller,you would see that they could hit sata3 speeds.That result with as-ssd is with overclock pci-e line to 110,if we could overclock pci-e line to maximum you would see without problem normal sata3 speeds.
I have 2 x M4 128gb in raid on X58 motherboard.You cant feel a difference between those and 840 pro in raid on sata3.And most important 4k numbers are the same are they on sata2 or sata3.
Edited by Unit Igor - 4/22/13 at 4:04am
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