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Nvidia raid drivers or jmicron raid drivers?

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  • NAS / RAID
  • Drivers
  • Nvidia
  • Storage
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August 17, 2009 4:46:33 AM

Which are better or does it even make a difference? :heink: 

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a b G Storage
August 17, 2009 8:18:24 AM

What is this "Nvidea"? I do not know what you're talking about :heink: 
a b G Storage
August 17, 2009 10:40:37 AM

2 disk RAID0 or 1 there's no difference in speed or reliability for any driver/host RAID solutions. Same applies to RAID1+0.
Just don't go near RAID5 unless you're using completely software RAID or true hardware RAID. Only bag of hurt you'll find.
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August 17, 2009 2:33:34 PM

r_manic said:
What is this "Nvidea"? I do not know what you're talking about :heink: 

i meant nvidia.
a c 363 G Storage
August 17, 2009 3:51:10 PM

One very important difference it makes: you MUST use the drivers for the RAID chip you have! I certainly would not use the jmicron drivers for a RAID controller built into a mobo's nVidia chipset.

Some boards have two different RAID and hard drive controllers provided by different chips. For example, my ASUS A8R32 MVP Deluxe mobo has a ULI Southbridge that provides the main SATA controller with 4 ports including RAID capabilities, plus a separate Silicon Image controller that provides a fifth internal SATA port plus an eSATA port and includes some RAID capabilities, too. Each has its own driver installed.
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