I have an old Fujitsu-Siemens Esprimo P5905 DT. It was getting slow, so I installed a 120G SSD from Kingston. It seems to be working well, definitely faster-- but Kingston say it's not supported by the SATA 1 connector and won't work----the mobo only has the one SATA connector. Obviously it's not working at the speed intended due to the SATA 1, so I wonder if there s anything else I can do to get a bit more speed out of it. I was thinking maybe change the Chipset---presently Intel ICH 7 Storage Controller for an ICH 10R---would that be possible---and would it help?
OS is Win7 SP1.
Maybe it would be better to change the Motherboard, and get 4 SATA connectors---could change my CD / DVD Drives to SATA too. I'm only an amateur so please, no high tech jargon.
Edit: Topic moved from Windows 7 to Internal Hardware ~ Computerxpds
Edited by computerxpds, 27 March 2015 - 08:05 AM.