My OS is Windows Server 2019. Motherboard is ASRock B550 Phantom Gaming 4.
I used to use windows to create RAID0, but I found the AMD motherboard BIOS RAID0 is a little faster after some testing. However, after switching to BIOS RAID, HDSentinel can no longer detect my HDDs’ smart status.
I have read the FAQ here:
However, my windows Device Manager doesn’t have "AMD AHCI Compatible RAID Controller" device under Storage controllers. See screenshot below.
The driver I installed is from AMD website:
I have to manually install the three drivers in the file to get it working:
The RAID0 array is created with RAIDXpert2, a tool from AMD.
As you can see, all HDDs connected to the motherboard SATA port cannot see SMART info. The top three green ones are one M.2 drive and two HDDs connected to a PCIe card.
So, is it possible to detect the AMD RAID HDD SMART status with HDS?