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    Default Can RAID 0 always double SSD's read/write speed?

    as title. If I want to do RAID 0 with 2 SSD, any setting should I do to optimize the performance? or which
    brand's SSD will be better for RAID 0?

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    Default Re: Can RAID 0 always double SSD's read/write speed?

    You will want to be sure you enable "Write Back Cache" in device manager for the RAID Array disk, or in the Intel Matrix Program if you are using a Intel based board.

    SSD Choice only matters to you, what you can afford for the speeds you want. Yes, it will double the speeds if you use RAID 0

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    Default Re: Can RAID 0 always double SSD's read/write speed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    You will want to be sure you enable "Write Back Cache" in device manager for the RAID Array disk, or in the Intel Matrix Program if you are using a Intel based board.

    SSD Choice only matters to you, what you can afford for the speeds you want. Yes, it will double the speeds if you use RAID 0
    Thanks for your great guidline. Another question is: will the sequential and random read/write speed both
    be boosted up?

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    Default Re: Can RAID 0 always double SSD's read/write speed?

    Yes, most everything will be doubled.

    Here is a bench of 2 x Crucial 64GB SSD's just to give you an idea, sorry I do not have any single bench images

    Last edited by Lsdmeasap; 04-23-2010 at 04:12 PM.

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