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dubsta

Motherboard for my first gen Ryzen build

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Hi

 

I am looking to build my first Unraid build and want to use my old trusty Ryzen 7 1700x CPU.

 

My requirements are following:

- Support my 1st gen Ryzen

- m.2 slot (I have an old one I would like to use as cache)

- 6 or more SATA connections for my hard drives

- Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX

- PCI slot for my GPU

 

I am struggling the most with the finding a board that suppots 6 SATA Harddrives and one m.2 . Is there even such thing? How can I achieve this build?

 

Any help is much appreciated

 

 

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Have you tried looking on newegg?  You can easily filter results for the specs you need...  Unless you  actually need a PCI slot (and not a PCIe).  In which case it's time to buy another video card.

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Sorry I mean PCIe of course. I did look on my local version of Newegg and found the Gigabyte B450 Aorus M which has 6 SATA connections. However, reading further I found out that once you connect a m.2 you loose 2 of those slots. Hence my question if this is even achievable in a board for my CPU.

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3 hours ago, dubsta said:

Sorry I mean PCIe of course. I did look on my local version of Newegg and found the Gigabyte B450 Aorus M which has 6 SATA connections. However, reading further I found out that once you connect a m.2 you loose 2 of those slots. Hence my question if this is even achievable in a board for my CPU.

After you can try to buy a pci express card sata.

 

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