Major_A wrote:I don't have an RMA but I did email them an issue with my motherboard. I reboot the computer and my primary drive disappears and the computer won't boot. I shut down the computer and turn it back on and it detects it without an issue. It isn't a deal breaker but it is rather annoying.
What's the drive and which motherboard? If it's Z87 and that's a Sandforce SF1200 controller it's a known issue which cannot be fixed due to the controller being non-compliant with SATA startup timing specs. The Z87 chipset is also sensitive to the SATA cables used, so other drives can go missing if the cables used are "noisy" for signaling.
Such issues on other chipsets usually come down to drive firmware and then to a lesser extent a UEFI bug (but not common).