EVGA nForce 680i SLI replacement with existing raid array

Hi,

I have a defunct EVGA nForce 680i SLI motherboard with an existing raid array. I would like to replace the motherboard but still keep my existing CPU/RAM and crucially use my raid arrays. The CPU is an Intel Socket 775 and the RAM is DDR2.

Can anyone suggest any existing motherboards that may be compatible? In particular I'm having difficulties finding compatible raid support.

Thanks in advance,

Seb
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  1. You'll need to use the same board to save your raid setup. It goes for around $200 or more when you can find it. Too bad you didn't get it earlier; computer geeks had some for around $50 recently, but they sold out.
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