So, Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe with Silicon Image 3114 SATA Raid on motherboard... Got everything up and running on Windows 10 x32 (x64 won't load, I think it does see enough RAM) thanks to Neemobeer. In order to boot into Windows I must configure something on the SI RAID controller. If I don't assign any of the drives to a RAID array the boot hangs at the PCI device listing page. Assign the drives to an array and poof we are in Windows. So I go into the SI configuration tool during boot and try to create an array. No matter what I try to create the array size maxes out at 1468 GB. RAID 5 with four 2GB disks = 1468 GB, RAID 0 with 2 disks = 1468 GB. Doesn't matter, even RAID 1 is the same. I can't use the Windows RAID builder because if I don't assign the drives then the PC won't finish booting. Anyone ever encounter something like this?