Quick Question: Intel Raid VS JMicron Tags: Motherboards NAS / RAID Intel Last response: May 16, 2009 12:47 AM in Motherboards Share dobby May 15, 2009 9:13:35 PM Hi my motherboard sports a p965 Chipset which support intel RAID via the southbridge and J micron RAID via a secondary controller, which on is gennerally better. Also what is the basic process of installing Software raid. I have two nearly identical HDD, so i reckon i am gonna use R0 More about : quick question intel raid jmicron GhislainG a c 234 V Motherboard a b å Intel May 16, 2009 12:47:24 AM Intel is the better one. Which OS? The Intel Matrix RAID drivers are included with Vista, but you need to download them for XP and follow the procedure. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Raid help. SATA1 vs SATA_RAID1 vs EZ_RAID. Jmicron vs Intel. On Asus. Forum Intel ICH9R Southbridge or JMicron JMB363 for RAID1 Forum Another JMicron SATA RAID 0 setup/Win XP install question(s) Forum Asus P5K Jmicron controller vs. Intel Matrix Sotrage Manager Forum SolvedJust a few quick questions (Intel vs AMD) Forum Intel Cores i5 vs. i7 [Quick Question] Forum Solveda quick question on raid 0 solution SolvedQuick RAID question solution Quick raid 1 question solution SolvedRAID 1: Intel Rapid Storage Tech vs. Windows drivers solution Hey guys, just a quick question..Is the asrock z97 pro4 intel 1150 atx motherboard compatible with gskill ripjawsx 8gb 2x 4g solution SolvedIntel core i5 4670k voltage quick question solution SolvedQuick question: Asus Maximus VI Formula vs. Extreme solution SolvedQuick question on RAID-0 Forum SolvedIntel quick Sync Question Forum Just a quick question about RAID 0 Forum SolvedIntel Quick Sync question Forum SolvedIntel Smart Response Raid question solution SolvedQuick question dvi vs hdmi Forum SolvedIntel Rapid Storage Technology question on ssd RAID 0 solution More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !