It says there are only 2x SAS SATA slots. I can't recall, but I have 2x Hitachi 1TB's in RAID 0 right now, and two crucials m225 128GB SSD's sitting in my drawer right now (I don't have a screwdriver...I'm in my apartments at university) but I was wondering does this mean im limited to 2x drives in RAID unless I buy an additional controller?
No right? Because when my comp starts up I see its using Intel's Matrix storage RAID...so I guess that just leads me to ask what SAS RAID is? And how its different from the Intel Matrix's? Thanks in advance.
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SAS is typically Serial Attached SCSI; they are expensive server hard drives.
Please see my other posts on this board, reconsider doing RAID on a workstation PC. The expense and complication are there, but the benefits just are not.