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- I had a similar question a few months ago. There's some good info between SSD & RAID0.
It depends what you want to do with it. Is it for your OS & Programs or for data storage? If you're just using it for data storage, you're not going to get much benefit of it. SSD's really excel at the small random read / writes, which the RAID0 set-ups can't come close to on 4k random read/write. When I went with an SSD, the start-up / shut-down times of Windows 7 improved dramatically. Programs start up almost instantly.
As far as the specific specs on the drives you mentioned, if you google it you should find some specs (I usually good "Crystal Disk Mark results Intel x25-m" - or whatever drive you want specs on).