I had a motherboard P6T Deluxe V2. The computer's display went off and the problem was traced to the motherboard. THe motherboard's display most likely went off due to the fluctuations in the APC UPS . When I replaced the motherboard with P6T WS Professional the APC UPS was still giving wide fluctuations. So I replaced its batteries which were extinct. Still there were fluctuations so I immediately took off my system from the UPS. I had the UPS repaired and then put my system back on it. Now this motherboard had a PCI-X slot and I had an Adaptec SCSI Card which was previously installed on a PCI slot in the P6T Deluxe supporting a SeaGate 146 GB HDD. Now this SCSI Drive was only supporting data no operating system was installed on it. Windows Seven was installed on a partition of a 1.00 TGB green Caviar WD HDD. As PCI-X slot runs faster than a PCI-slot and Adaptec SCSI Card 39120 is a PCI-X Card I therefore with Acronis Backup and Restore 11 Advanced WorkStation managed to transfer the Windows Seven operating system to a partition of the SCSI HDD successfully.
However now the system reboots when I shut it down is it a software problem or a hardware problem.
Secondly by transferring the Windows Seven to a SCSI Drive from the WD Green Caviar SATA Drive will I gain anything in performance?