RAID no brainer Tags: NAS / RAID Hard Drives Storage Last response: November 16, 2009 12:03 PM in Storage Share tomfan November 16, 2009 3:10:42 AM I was wondering... 1. Would it be possible to build on board RAID onto a Std HDD? 2. If so, could it be possible to use this RAID to strip or mirror (not much point if the whole disk fails) platters inside a HDD. Surely this would be useful from a performance point of view. More about : raid brainer r_manic a b G Storage November 16, 2009 5:00:41 AM Well, in the way you talk about it, such an arrangement already exists on the platters of contemporary hard disks. Data is spread across multiple platters. sub mesa a c 126 G Storage November 16, 2009 12:03:02 PM Striping on partitions of a single disk you mean? Yeah it'll be one big performance gangbang; seeking for every 128KiB (stripesize). Try it and you'll be amazed how slow HDDs really are. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumI7-930 @ $199 a no brainer ? Forum845G question 4 u brainers out there... ForumHelp with RAID ForumRAID 1 disadvantages? ForumSsd raid 0 Forum5400 vs 7200 RPM Drives in RAID 5 ForumZFS vs hardware RAID for low power file server ForumVista Ultimate backup vs raid 1 and which controller Forum1st time Raid 0 ForumRAID 0 F3 1TB or SSD Need advice ForumFastest SSD for under $500 ?? Raid or not to RAID ?? ForumRaid setup with mirror partitions ForumNeed up to date SSD advice. ForumRaid 0 Stripping Setup & Planning ForumMaximus Extreme Raid 0 Windows 7 Installation Forum[Solved] Should I be using raid 3 or 5? ForumQuestion About Twin RAID 0 Using My Asus MB ForumVia raid: stripe disc contains current OS ForumSil 3112 Sata Raid Controller PCI Card ForumRaid 5 More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !