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Registered: ‎08-15-2011
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Z565 SATA III support

Hi , 

 

My question is regarding the support of SATA III type HDD / SSD in this laptop - Ideapad Z565. The southbridge is reported in AIDA64 as AMD SB800/850 ( the second one provides support for SATA III , but the first one doesnt). So what is it in fact? Thanks in advance

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Location: Malaysia
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Re: Z565 SATA III support

hey marianskia,

could you pass the link for the report above?

Anyway for the Z565, we will base it on this : http://www.lenovo.com/psref/pdf/ipbook.pdf

For more info, i suggest getting in contact with our service team via

http://www.lenovo.com/contact/us/en/





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What's DOS?
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Re: Z565 SATA III support

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Hi Serge1410,

 

Thanks for your reply. As per the the document at the link u provided it clearly states - z565 has AMD M880G Chipset, SB820M south bridge. I found the datasheet for SB820M on the AMD website and it says:

"Supports six Third generation SATA ports (backward compatible with Second and First generation devices).

 This was actually the info i needed.  I am planning  to put SATA 3 SSD on Ideapad Z565 and hope it will work on the speed of 6 Gb.

So thanks again for your help.