I bought a new 60GB Agility 3 SSD and connected it to my machine but it seems to be not working well into it. I have loaded and formatted the drive in the disk management but then I found that it is recogonized in windows XP. Also once I tried to perform the benchmark test on the disk and the result which I got somehow reached to the peak of 135mb/s read speed and around 100mb/s write speed. The most interesting thing was that in the Disk manager after I selected my SATA port it showed me that the drive was running at SATA I. none of the other hard drives are facing such problem, all of them are shown perfectly and are detected as SATA II on device manager and also they are running properly. There is no doubt that the SSD is also running fine but it seems to be running at a very slow speed. Already tried formatting the drive multiple times but that didnít make any difference. Also tried out different block sizes and aligning partitions using GPARTED and using Linux distro to benchmark but everything landed at the same place with no such positive difference. Some external information, my mother board has a Nforce 630a chipset with two SATA II ports but on the Agility 3 system requirements it was stated that the SSD is backward compatibility with SATA II. Anyone facing the same issue and found any proper solution for the same?