This PC is being used for a lot of video editing as well as tons of graphical editing i just dont know why only one of my drives shows up when i try raid through windows or should i just do it through bios?Unless you do one of the following:
banish all thoughts of using RAID-0. It will have no benefit or an imperceptibly small benefit, while doubling your risk of data loss and may even slow down your system. You have to understand that RAID-0 got started way back when hard drives were so slow you couldn't play video off of them (they couldn't read the video file fast enough to keep up with the video stream). So your only choices were to buy a special (expensive) "media drive" which was fast enough to stream video, or put together a RAID-0 array. Modern drives have no such problems, which relegates the usefulness of RAID-0 to the above extreme cases.
- Real-time video editing (lots of it, not just an occasional home video; real-time meaning you sit in front of the computer doing it instead of setting up a bunch of background encodes)
- Massive data analysis / encryption / compression (gigabytes of data)
- Graphics editing of enormous images (hundreds or thousands of megapixels) requiring frequent saves and loads