I'm wondering what I may be in for running with the Write back cache enabled in the Intel Rapid Storage software. I'm using a quality UPS that I have a good deal of confidence in, so the the dire warnings about power failures do not concern me too much, but can other issues like computer freezes, bsods, spontaneous reboots and so forth also potentially lead to corruption forcing constant raid rebuilds and OS re-installs? Just for the record, none of that is currently happening with my computer.
I'm running an SSD Raid 0 setup on a dedicated gaming computer. I plan to backup periodically, but I'll be honest and say that data loss doesn't worry me given the computer's rather casual primary function, and I've already knowingly accepted the many risks of Raid 0. Still, I was curious as to whether the write back cache turned on would inevitably lead to continuous headaches and problems just on its own.