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Intel P67 Chipset and eSata

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Like it has been posted before for the billionth time, we know that the chipset problem only affects the SATAII ports. For some reason I thought it was a good idea to move my SATAII 640GB drive and use it on my SATAIII port. But the reason I'm asking this is because I want to know if it will also affect eSATA.

I'm running 3 drives right now on my SATAII ports, 2 hard drives and 1 DVDRW drive. The 4th drive (my main drive) which I did have connected to the SATAII ports I moved over to the SATAIII port like a dumbass. But beyond this, I want to know if eSATA is affected by this too. I have SATAII drives setup in JBOD and connected to my eSATA on the back of the board. Does this affect the eSATA connections also? Doesn't the chipset drive SATAII for eSATA?
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The chipset has 4 SATA2 ports and 2 SATA3 ports. It is very likely that the eSATA is driven by an additional controller, if you have the time to spend you'd probably find it on the motherboard.
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eSata on the Asus is powered by a JMicron controller. To answer your question, it should not affect the eSata because the issue is with the Intel chipset.
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