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SSD- Too Much Memory To Work?

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#1 jimlau


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Posted 29 March 2014 - 09:17 AM

I have the ASUS M5A88-M motherboard.  I have used 3 different SSD's of size 120GB successfully.  I now have had a problem with 3 separate Kingston 240GB SSD's (not seen by computer, or intermittently).  ASUS help was minimal, but it was suggested perhaps this motherboard is incompatible with an SSD of that large size.


Any legitimacy to that idea?





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Posted 29 March 2014 - 04:01 PM


You don't mention your operating system which will also play a part in what components you can support.

The Asus site doesn't list a model M5A88-M but it does list an M5A88-V which should support your SSDs or HDDs of that size and larger

Keep us posted

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