Hi, i'm fairly adept at overclocking etc... and can setup a RAID array no probs, but i'm unsure if you can keep all my data when i get a new mobo (ASUS X38 P5E)? (currently in RAID 0)
Is every RAID controller slightly different so i can't keep my current data?
No probs if i can't i do have everything copied onto my external HDD it's just a bit of bother reinstalling all my games and d/l'ing everything of steam again . Tiz only 80Gb of games, but still thats time wasted when i could be overclocking my E8400 .
This probably has been asked before, but i can't work out which word combo i need to get google to bring up what i need. Any help appreciated .
I am assuming that the RAID array does not contain your operating system. If it does you should re-install your OS when you move to a new motherboard - life will just be easier!
RAID Controllers are different you will have the best chance of being able to take the array to a new motherboard if the new board has the same (or later generation) controller. Otherwise all you can do is try moving the controller and try.
I would not even try to move the array. I'd build the array in the new machine and re-install everything.