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    Default Re: UD7 P67 and raid 0

    It's not worth it, I tried it and it suck as you can imagine :)

    You have to create a software stripe with windows, and it's not bootble or anything like that. I tested as soon as I got a board setup thinking the same :)




    I think it might be "OK" if you could setup 2 on Intel 6Gb/s, and one on each Marvell 6Gb/s controller, but one would have to be eSATA.

    If you put two on the one main Marvell controller that cripples those SSD's speeds to less than a single drive on the same ports.

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    There are SMD boards with 6 SATA 6 ports on the SB.

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    six native 6 gb ports ? or are we talking about those silly marvelle ports

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    managed to crack 1900 so far...




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    six native 6 gb ports ? or are we talking about those silly marvelle ports
    Yes native, AMD SB850, come with some 870/880/890 boards, but from what have read its link to the NB is only 2GT each way.

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    "I think it might be "OK" if you could setup 2 on Intel 6Gb/s, and one on each Marvell 6Gb/s controller, but one would have to be eSATA.

    If you put two on the one main Marvell controller that cripples those SSD's speeds to less than a single drive on the same ports."


    so have you tried this Lsdmeasap , will esata maintain speed you think, very next install i will try this is you don't first, hint hint

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    I haven't ordered a eSATA cable yet, so you'll probably beat me to finding out about that if you have one already.

    I am not sure what will happen, or if windows will allow it, but I think it should still add "Some" speed/points if it's possible.

    What do you mean "next install"? This (Software stripe) would not be bootable, so it would have to be done with windows setup on another disk

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