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    Quick resource!

    Manual (The link on the Asus site goes to a wifi module!):Download Asus P8Z77-V PRO Manual

    Section 4.4 is your friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmcd35 View Post
    Quad SLI?!?!? You having problems running FarCry 3 by any chance?
    haha haven't gotten around to attempting that one yet... there'll be no quad SLI here though, barely scrimped for a single decent GPU let alone 4!

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    OK just as a follow up to all those that tried to help, the reinstall was the only way.

    Strangely enough, it seems that RAID was working all along, I didn't have to reconfigure it or lose data and it's status is being reported as OK. As I couldn't reliably see the status I didn't trust it, I'm much happier now.

    I did a clean install of Windows 8 last night with RAID mode on in the BIOS and it immediately saw my array and is working fine now. Intel RST also shows the array properly now along with all the relevant details

    Seems Windows 7/8 just doesn't like having RAID sprung on it "out of the blue"!

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