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    Rampage v10 Sata controller

    Iknow All the SATA6Gb/s ports are from the X99 PCH...but in bios advanced\PCH Storage configuration i see SATA Controller 1 and SATA controller 2...
    what is this?2SATA controller?
    i have 3 HDD-use 2 one RAID 0 and another one AS AHCI but windows know AHCI one as Standard SATA/AHCI in device manager and i cant install the driver with any driver from motherboard support usb drive
    please at first answer my question about 2 controller and second tell me or give me link for install driver Instead Standard SATA/AHCI driver...
    thank you

    i have windows 10 pro version 1703 (os build 15063.608)

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    With regards to the SATA port situation, Intel is enabling ten SATA ports total but only six of them for RAID. While this is an update over X79, it seems more of a fudge. One would assume that it could be a bandwidth issue, because the link between the CPU and chipset (PCH) is at 20 Gbit/s, or 2.5 GBps which would be saturated by a 5-6 disk RAID-0 array. However, it seems silly to not have RAID on four of those ports. Due to Intel’s previous flex-IO arrangement on Z97, this seems more of an integrated SATA 6 Gbps hub, splitting the bandwidth into four ports. Due to the hub it would limit throughput in RAID so it makes sense to disable it completely for those ports. Intel is telling us that this is due to two separate AHCI controllers in the chipset, with only one of the AHCI controllers enabled for RAID.
    https://www.anandtech.com/show/8557/...ntel-haswell-e

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    thank you chino
    can i install this https://downloadcenter.intel.com/dow...r-Windows-?v=t for chipset and install this http://www.win-raid.com/t2f23-Intel-...QL-v-WHQL.html (Intel RSTe Drivers & Software Set v5.2.2.1022 WHQL dated 07/12/2017) Instead Standard SATA/AHCI driver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    Sure. You can use the RSTe drivers if you want.
    thank you chino

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