1 minute ago, Thatguywiththetoasterpc said:
Damn I guess my board is too new. I thought I was alright because it had Sata/raid drivers on it's website. Though if I did hardware level raid I wouldn't be able to take advantage of the SED functionality on these enterprise drives anyways, so I'll just take your word on it.
It has the motherboard fake raid, but stay away from that if possible. And that uses the cpu anyways, so you don't get hardware offloading.
Just now, Thatguywiththetoasterpc said:
I got 2 enterprise seatgate SED drives I was wanting to put into my Desktop. It's kinda for storage, and kinda out of boredom lol
You probably want to use storage spaces in windows then.
ALso id stay away from SED on your drive, software encryption is probably a much better bet