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Anonymous
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February 20, 2005 6:32:37 PM

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Hello, All!

I am looking at getting a Raptor 74GB or converting my 2 80GB Maxtors to
RAID0. Anyone here able to recommend one over the other. I don't do gaming
but I do have a number of disk intensive operations.

With best regards, ColBlip.
E-mail: colonel.blip@nospampleasebigfoot.com



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Anonymous
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February 21, 2005 8:26:23 PM

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"ColBlip" <colonel.blip@nospampleasebigfoot.com> wrote in message
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> Hello, All!
>
> I am looking at getting a Raptor 74GB or converting my 2 80GB Maxtors to
> RAID0. Anyone here able to recommend one over the other. I don't do gaming
> but I do have a number of disk intensive operations.
>
> With best regards, ColBlip.
> E-mail: colonel.blip@nospampleasebigfoot.com
>
>
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If I were dealing with a number of small files < 500KB, I'd go with the
Raptor. Thus taking advantage of the fast access time..
If I were deal with large files I'd go with RAID to get the high data rate .

JPS
!