I was able to change bios to RAID 0 no problems.
I was able to create an intel RAID 0 drive no problems also.
I was able to disable HDD boot to allow me to install windows on the created RAID drive.
While installing windows the created RAID drive has been made into two partitions and one of them include the windows 8 pro.
Now , the questions are.
1)- Was this setup correct?
2)- What applications do i need to maintain my SSDs (recommend a list if you may)?
There aren't any applications or programs that are used to maintain your SSDs other than what already comes with the SSD. Trim conrol is most likely the most important but that gets disabled when you put the SSDs in raid. Garbage collection is another usefull feature. Below are links for information on trim and the radi 0 and garbage collection.
There is a lot of reading in these links about both TRIM and garbage collection and I will say that at one time I had two Corsair Force GT SSDs in raid 0 but I ended up not liking the speed for some reason and it may have had something to do with the motherboard so I went back to a single drive setup. Come to finr out the motherboard was defective and had to be replaced. I don't do a lot with the computer just surfing and posting in these forums and some gaming. Since there was no benefit to the gaming from the raid I decided to keep the single drive setup. I guess if you have some use for the raids extras speed like video editing or encoding or audio work then it would be beneficial.
The firmware that comes with the ssd contains maintenence feastures and Windows 7 and 8 will have some features for that also. The rest is up to you and how you maintain yur SSDs with what you do , things like running constant hard drive benchmarks are not good and defraging the drive is not good and it realy comes down to those little things that you can do for maintaining your SSDs.