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2x SSD in RAID0 VS 1x SSD

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June 16, 2013 8:58:29 PM

Have read Tom's article on this and it seems rather pointless, but it does say it will benefit in file transfers.

Will a RAID0 setup have any advantage over a single SSD when copying files to and from a hard drive, or is it too slow to matter? Is the effect only when moving things around on the SSD?

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a b G Storage
June 16, 2013 9:08:11 PM

Most 3.5" HDD have their read/write speed limited at 150mb/s or less, which doesn't even come close to a decent SSD's read/write speed. Therefor, when moving files from HDD to the SSD and back, 2 SSD in a RAID 0 setup won't benefit you over 1 SSD. The increasing in file transferring speed only work when moving things around those SSDs.
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June 16, 2013 9:13:22 PM

^ What madness said.

Seems pointless. You will always have a bottleneck somewhere else stopping the potential of the Raid0 SSD's.
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