So, I built up a new system today with the Z97 chipset from Asus and an XP941 from RamCity.
The disk does not seem to seen in the UEFI BIOS at all.
When booting to an installation disk, Windows 8 was able to recognize the disk and install just fine when everything was in UEFI mode.
However, I am now unable to boot directly to the disk in legacy or UEFI mode.
According to Anandtech, a new BIOS update will be arriving in a week or two to solve this issue.
Anyone have any workarounds or experience with the board until that BIOS update hits?
UPDATE: Found a Asus document that seemed to answer my question. According to the Device Compatibility Report, the XP941 requires the following:
**When this SSD is used as the OS drive, ensure the “Launch CSM” is set to [Disabled] and the “SATA Mode Selection” is
set to [RAID] in BIOS because the OPROM is not contained in this SSD.
It allowed the drive to appear in the BIOS. Although, it may require a reinstall for the OS from what I've seen with my first few boots (probably due to a lack of RAID drivers during the first install. )
UPDATE2 & 3: Updated and fixed post title