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    Default Re: Tweakers input- what is your stress test procedure?

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    Ahh, I was asking if you use RAID with SSD's on the ICH10R, sounds like you do not then right?

    I use the ICH10R myself in RAID 0 with 3 disks and have no issues, I was just wondering if you use SSD's in RAID and how you liked it was all.

    But, sounds like you only have one SSD right, so no point in asking further about it all......

    I think I didnt explain myself very well. I have three SSDs. Two G.Skill Titans in RAID0 and one Intel X25M as my os drive. The G.Skill have the jmicron controller and have lots of issues in single config but in RAID they perform quite nicely so I have nothing but good to say about ICH10R.

    Ahh, ok! Thanks, I got ya now!

    So you have not tested RAID Performance on the Intel controller?

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    Ahh, ok! Thanks, I got ya now!

    So you have not tested RAID Performance on the Intel controller?
    It seems that we are not communicating somewhere here. I have two G.Skill Titans (128gb SSD) in RAID0 configuration. They work very nicely.
    I also have an Intel X25-M 80gb SSD as an OS drive.
    So, to restate - I have a RAID0 array comprised of two 128gb
    SSD drives as my data drive and a separate SSD as my OS drive.
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    Default Re: Tweakers input- what is your stress test procedure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post

    It seems that we are not communicating somewhere here. I have two G.Skill Titans (128gb SSD) in RAID0 configuration. They work very nicely.
    I also have an Intel X25-M 80gb SSD as an OS drive.
    So, to restate - I have a RAID0 array comprised of two 128gb
    SSD drives as my data drive and a separate SSD as my OS drive.
    Ya, sorry to confuse us both

    I know you have RAID, but just wondered if you had ran it using the Intel ports yet instead of the Gigabyte ones? I think you did say you had your array on the Gigabyte ports right?

    Not easy for you to test now, that is why I just wondered if you tested before anytime or not

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