Question

 What does 3TB+ HDD support mean on a motherboard?

Answer Some older Motherboards would go all wierd if you had a hard drive with more then 3TB of storage - It means exactly what you thought it meant, It supports 3TB or more drives.
http://answers.yahoo.com//question/index?qid=20120828173410AAgfWS9

Top Q&A For: What does 3TB+ HDD support mean on a motherboard

What does the motherboard support?

My motherboard can only support 2GB RAM - Do I need a new motherboard if I want to add more RAM?

I remember the old ASRock Dual-VSTA motherboard. It had a limit of 2GB and ASRock had a beta BIOS that allowed it to use 4GB. If your manufacturer has not (and chances are that they haven't becau... Read More »
http://answers.yahoo.com//question/index?qid=20091128023043AASNO5i

Does my motherboard support pci-e?

yes it does support the following 1 x PCI Express x16 slot 1 x PCI Express x1 slot 2 x PCI slots this website by Gigabyte will tell you all the specs of your motherboardhttp://www.gigabyte... Read More »
http://answers.yahoo.com//question/index?qid=20120906074208AATu37R

Does the Asus M2N-E Sli motherboard support PCI Express 2.0?

The Asus M2N-E Sli motherboard does not support PCI Express 2.0. The motherboard features 6 expansion slots that are compatible with PCI Express and PCI Express 2.2 as well as a NVIDIA® nForce® 5... Read More »
http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/2164603


feedback
loading