Originally Posted by esukoto
Is it possible to have two SSD to use for RST? one for boot drive and one for storage drive? I've been using this ever since I switched to Intel with a Z77 board and been thinking if the possibility of making two SSD for RST is doable
Yep, because Intel Rapid Storage Technology isn't just for RAID. It's the driver and software for the Intel chipset for the SATA controller.
I have two solid state drives set up exactly how you want to do it and it's working because again, RST isn't for RAID; it's mostly just a driver for the Intel-controlled SATA ports.
In other words, instead of using msachi.sys, you'll be using iaStor.sys.
Originally Posted by Archangelclk
Can anyone download these drivers and just install them, I have a kingston ssd? I never knew there were driver updates for drive stuff. FYI im a newb regaridn this.
Yep, because this is for Intel systems. It's not just for solid state drives either. This is just a driver for Intel-controlled SATA ports; it replaces the generic Microsoft driver known mostly as "msachi.sys". The one you'll be using after installing this is iaStor.sys.