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Motherboard swap / aio question

Just wondering if you can just transfer over SSDs in a raid without losing everything on them or if I should transfer everything on them to another drive first , also does anyone else get a high pitched wine from the Corsair Elite capellix aio ? 

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Depends. Is the RAID drive your system drive? If yes I don't think you can never tried that. Would create a backUp file just in case. 
If those are just other drives and you use windows 10 or newer should work. 
Couple of month ago I had a 500GB and a 250GB SSD in a raid and upgraded from a R5 1600 to the R7 3800X with a new MB. Had to activate windows again but the RAID was still there and working. Only Uplay gave me a hard time. 

I can't even

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If the array uses motherboard hardware RAID then it will likely break when the drives are moved to a new motherboard. 

 

RAID 1 arrays are not a big problem as the array can be rebuilt from the contents of one drive. Other array types require copying the data off the array and restoring it to an array created on the new motherboard.

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