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General question:   What is a zero raid control and how does it integret with a Motherboartd that already has RAID?  

I ask becuase the Supermicro X7DVA-E  says it's an option... But that board already has 0,1,5,10

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Basically your motherboard supports RAID for SATA drives only.  The ZCR is for X7DVA-8 only which support SCSI as well.  You need the SCSI ZCR for SCSI drives.  

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