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The Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology is able to support 2 RAID arrays, and you can set 2 volumes on each one of those arrays.
I suggest you to update your system BIOS and check with your motherboard manufacturer to confirm compatibility with thee hardware installed in order to troubleshooting this stability issue that you are experiencing and check with them for further troubleshooting possible.
Thank you Diego,
According to Gigabyte tech support the Z68 chipset implementation has a shadow RAM limitation that has only room for one RAID array. I could not find any documented confirmation of this so I am curious if any other Z68 boards have this same limitation. He said the X58 boards work properly with more than one array.
Another curious thing. You can set up two arrays on the Z68 but the system will randomly crash. Not a pretty sight.