How to Cover Five SATA Devices on Gigabyte Motherboard

Gigabyte manufactures motherboards and other computer hardware. Gigabyte was the first motherboard manufacturer to support features like USB 3.0 and DualBIOS (a motherboard that contains a main BIOS and a backup BIOS). The motherboard allows other hardware components to communicate with one another, and provides power to embedded devices via the power supply.Some Gigabyte motherboards offer up to eight SATA slots. SATA, a new hard drive standard, replaced the old hard drive standard (PATA or IDE/EIDE/ATA) in 2003. To install five SATA devices for each of the motherboard slots, simply install data and cables power supply to the devices and to the proper connections on the motherboard . Things You’ll Need
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a SATA cable
Insert one end of a data cable into the slot on the motherboard labeled “SATA0”. Connect the other end of the cable to the primary hard drive.
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Locate the power cord connected to the power supply. Connect the other end to the primary hard drive. Insert the hard drive into an available bay.

Insert the more data cable into SATA1 . Connect the other end of the cable to the primary disk drive.

Connect another power cable to the back of the disk drive. Insert the disk drive into the top bay.

Repeat steps for the remaining three devices. Screw the units into place.

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