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all right cool doing the same in my new build as soon as i sell my PC
    
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There you go.

I forgot what version of BIOS I'm using atm. Though it does support RAID1.
Ah, I just realised in my first post I said RAID0, I meant RAID1. Sorry if that changes a lot. But I assume you go into BIOS, and into the RAID section, enable, locate both drives, select the RAID1 option and format? Or is it more complicated than that? Sorry if I'm a handful lol
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There you go.

I forgot what version of BIOS I'm using atm. Though it does support RAID1.
Ah, I just realised in my first post I said RAID0, I meant RAID1. Sorry if that changes a lot. But I assume you go into BIOS, and into the RAID section, enable, locate both drives, select the RAID1 option and format? Or is it more complicated than that? Sorry if I'm a handful lol
No, that's all you have to do However, you MAY not have to format, but I don't know about your SB. Since you'll just be "copying" your HDD, I don't think you will need to reformat.
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