Must... not.... rage.
Been busy programming tonight. Went to bed at around 5am, not intending to return to design until i woke up. I then decide about 20 minutes later that it might be a good idea to sleep mode the PC... only to find both screens are frozen and nothing is happening no matter what i do.
I reboot, and get Intel RAID boot telling me that an error occured on one of my SSD's. The array appears normal, but one drive, quickly identified, reports an error. I check it's not the cable or (god forbid) the SATA port, and sure enough, it's the drive at fault (one of the new ones as far as i can tell). So, i reconnect the other drives, and boot as normal. SSD's, being the way they are, allow reading when they start to go kaput, but not writing.
It's now 7:15am, and i'm sat here with a face like this;
Literally, the look on my face right now is one of contempt, although my head isn't shaped like a lemon.
I've backed up all of the data, mainly games, save me having to redownload 200GB of data again. I've also reset the drive to normal, but whether that'll fix it or whether i'm gonna have to RMA it is yet to be seen. It could have been a freak error with the cable coming unplugged slightly or something equally weird but i'm now very wary. Of interest, this drive is the only one where it looks as if the small angled part on the SATA power connection is broken off.
I'm considering gluegunning the power connectors to the ports themselves, much like i did with my 200mm fan to my side panel (since positioning for screwing it in was in line with watercooling rad and fan). Now i need sleep, but honestly, that means i'll not wake up until mid-late afternoon, which makes me hate myself.