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In this case, you shouldn't have any issues if you are moving from HDDs to SSDs.
You also can check the following information about features supported by chipsets or controller hubs:
RAID Features by Chipset or Controller Hub > look for ICH10R column.
In addition, it would be good if you can check with the motherboard's manufacturer if there are any compatibility issues between the SSD you want to get and the motherboard.
I hope this information helps.
Thank you very much for the reply luckily i only wish to run raid 1 ( mirrored for safety ) which we are running already via seagate 1tb satas
but one of the drivers is dying due to age and also very fine dust even after putting in extra custom made filters due to the type of company that's using it
unhappily i've done as you asked before posting here this morning ,
yet due to kingstons testing policy i couldn't get any answers for anything past 3-4 yrs
also the same from MSI the makers of the motherboard ,
but your comment have given me some hope
thank you very much
as it's been a very stress full day trying to get any type of answer
if not i'll try to get a intel raid pci card if i have to replace the onboard controller