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I was not able to find the information about how the data is located on the drives. I am told that the answer is complicated, because other information is written to the drives in addition to your data files.
I am not an expert in this area, but I received this suggestion from more than one of my contacts. Put the drives into a working system If the drives are good and have not had anything done to them since the motherboard died, then the data should be accessible in another system with ICH6R, ICH7R, ICH8R, or ICH9R chipsets.
Make sure you do not initialize your old drives when you put them in another system. You should install them in a system that has already had the RAID initialized on another pair of drives.
I hope this helps.
Like I said, I am not an expert in this area, so I want to point out the legal Notices and Disclosures as a disclaimer on my advice and any other advice from the community.