My Maximus 11 Extreme MoBo has slots for 2 x M.2 drives and a DIMM.2 riser card holds two more. All drives are Intel 660p Series M.2 2280, all are NVMe and share bandwidth on the PCI bus.
All drives were set up and formated using Windows 10 Disk Manager, Windows 10 is current, (v 1909, Build 18363.720). Disk 0 & 3 are 1 TB, drives C:\ & E:\ respectively. Drives 1 & 2 were formated as Raid 0 stripe, 2 TB, drive D:\.
The problem: Windows resource manager (Disk), does not show a D:\ drive, no less any activity on it.
I'm not even sure if this is a problem if Resource monitor filters out RAIDs. I sure would like to see the activity though! No-D-drive.png xDisk-0-1-2--and-3.png Res-Mon.png
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