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    Default Setting up Intel Rapid Storage Technology

    I set this up on my GA-Z68XP-UD3 Bios F6, Win 7 64bit OS, 8GB G.skill ram, Nvidia Graphics, all motherboard BIOS and drivers are updated. I am try to setup the IRST on the Sata 6.0GB connectors, only they don't show up in the application. Only the Sata 3.0GB connectors show up. I was able to successfuly set it up on the Sata 3.0GB connectors.

    Is this normal? Everything I read about IRST stated that using on Sata 3.0GB really didn't offer much performance increase. Seems like it should work on the Sata 6.0GB.

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    Default Re: Setting up Intel Rapid Storage Technology

    When your drives are connected to the sataIII ports and enabled raid can you enter the raid rom and creat a array? And IRST still does not show the array?
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    Default Re: Setting up Intel Rapid Storage Technology

    Yes, I did that and when I went to install the OS it said the drive wasn't large enough to install the OS on. I am a pretty advanced builder and have built many rigs. It just seems like the IRST software doesn't even see the sata III comtrollers. After rebuilding the OS 4 times I was kind of sick of screwing with it. The 3rd install was where I actually had it working., so I thought.. I'll move both drives to the Sata III connectors... umm.. that led to the 4th OS reinstall as it destroyed the OS. I thought I would come here and see if anyone else got this working and what they had to do. Before I installed the OS another 4 times.

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    Default Re: Setting up Intel Rapid Storage Technology

    Ok just makeing sure... I have not tested this or have any extra drives to try this my self. Maybe someone here who has can help.
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