Please send me more information about the build, like brand and model of the hard drives and the BIOS version that you have installed. But, it seems to me that if you are able to build the Raid but it fails upon reboot, we can consider maybe a bad hard drive.
WD1003FZEX-00MK2A0 х4 for Raid
Hitachi HUA722010CLA330 for OS and another
Instead, set 5 10. At the moment, three successful reboot , the disks are not damaged. So I switched slots Sata order. 2 connectors are separated using OS and just the hard drive. 4 adjacent - for Raid 10
In raid 5 100% damaged hdd after reboot.
Currently Raid 10 operates 3 days. But still scary that fails and will damage
For help i used documentation on motherboard
4 plugs black and 2 blue
Previously, two drives were in Blue and 2 in Black. Maybe here and problems ?
Switching the Sata ports would not be a problem, I would consider this to be some power issue, have you tested with another power supply? What are the specs of you current power supply? Also, please let me know what is the board revision or AA number.
I just first of all changed the power supply. Then motherboard put one block to another drive for testing. Power is not sags , only with connectors that regime change and helped raid . At the moment, without falling costs raid 10. May be raid 5 not supported or sata ports really need use only 4 black?
Motherboard name: DX79T0
The Black and blue sata connectors use the same controller, the only difference would be in the transfer rate between the two colors (6.0 Gb/s Blue 3.0 Gb/s Black). This should not affect the raid array, at least not as far as the controller is concerned but you can always try and see if you Raid works better using only the 4 black ones.
Problem is over.
Seven days raid 10 work in black sata ports
Really blue and black ports not work together
I try tested, 10 raid is fail with black-blue ports.
10 raid not fail with use only black ports.
In future i want buy raid controller RS2BL080
Comments about intel rapid storage not trusted in core raid controller.
Thanks for your help!