How to smoothly change the volume of disks in RAID10?

Desktop motherboard www.asus.com/ru/Motherboards/P8Z68V RAID controller integrated 4 disks at 500GB RAID10. Was not enough space and speed, I want to replace the disks on 2TB SSHD.
How to do it the most painless, nothing to reinstall I don't want to.
I expect one to change disks and wait for recovery RAID, change the next drive, etc. do they work this?
September 26th 19 at 06:18
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September 26th 19 at 06:20
Usually on the motherboard of this class built of pseudoraid, that is the usual marking a disk as a RAID, but no separate controller, no special logic there, it's hard to say how it will behave, I would have done it: removed the full system dump for example, using clonezilla put the new disk, assembled the RAID and then unfolded to him the way, so less likely to lose data and faster to try and your choice theoretically could work.

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