SSD: Corsair Performance Pro, Plextor M5 Pro or Samsung 840, all based on the Marvell controller, not the Sandforce. The benefit of the Marvell controller is less performance degradation in 'stable state'. All SSD's have a limited number of write cycles before they are dead. That is the reason for overprovisioning. With current NAND technology the life-span is limited to around 3000 write cycles.
HDD: the fastest disk currently is the Seagate Barracuda 7200.14, but it is hampered by one year warranty. The WD Blacks are a good choice too as long as you don't use them in a parity raid. Alternatives are Hitachi Ultrastar 7K3000 or Seagate Constellation ES disks.
thank you for support! very usefull info!
but what about the option to create the SataIII out of the PCIe Gen2 x4 ? does it worth to use it? now i have only sata 2, but new drives have sata3 and for sure i could use an extra gain!
do u think its worth getting something like that - ASUS 3US6 (http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Accessories/U3S6/#specifications)?
Basically the answer is no. You have only one SSD capable of SATA 6G connections, that are not available on your mobo, but all it does for editing is faster start-up of programs. It does nothing for your editing experience. All your conventional HDD's are SATA 3G, so they will not profit from SATA 6G connections and even if they were SATA 6G disks, conventional disks are too slow to see a performance benefit from the faster port.
well that asus card has Two Sata 3/6G on board and i plan to buy 1 SSD hdd for drive C:, but also a new regular 3-4GB HDD disc..... i can use both holes on asus.
also same ASUS 3US6 gives not just two Sata3 , but also it gives USB 3.0 - i dont have usb 3 right now on my mother board so it could be usefull as well, -