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Thread: Raid - 0 Performance in Stupid Terms???




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    That term is not only used in computer forums...its when something is good and there is actually something that can make it better, hence "icing on the cake". Cake is good but icing makes it better:D .
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    ;)

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    I've been wanting to ask this question as well, just never got drunk enough to have an excuse!

    I'm going to be using (2) WD se 80G 8mg 7200 hard drives, @ RAID 0, on my new system I'm building. I can't wait to get all the parts.

    I found them at www.googlegear.com for $120US.
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    If you were planning on making us jealous, it worked. :p

    Good luck in the RAID setup. Make sure to let us know how everything turns out.
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    Nah, he'd only make me jealous if it was 4 x 120GB JB's in a RAID 0+1 setup. :D

    now I have 4 RAID channels so that would be 8 x JB's which would cost..... :?:
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    While mirroring and redundancy may not be a bad thing, it is not something that I want to blow a pair of drives on for my personal system. I would much rather put them into a more productive use instead of mirroring the data I already have.
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    Nah its just if I was goin' to RAID I'd want the redundancy as I hear to often of currupted strips but really I rather just wind up with a JBOD setup myself and just keep addin' to the total as needed. ;)
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    I've never had a problem with mine.

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