I just recently ordered 2 ocz agility drives to setup in raid 0. I checked newegg and they have a good review score overall. My concern is that I just read the article on how terrible the jmicron controller is and how it speeds up the degradation of SSD drives.
It also mentions that recently, OCZ swapped out the Jmicron controllers in its drives in favor of Indilink's Barefoot controller. So, now I'm wondering WHEN they started doing this as I hope I bought these drives late enough to not get old stock.
True true.. I'm very new to SSDs so I seem to have my details mixed up. Thing is I have 2 Jmicron SATA ports on my MOBO and the more I read about it the less I want to use that feature so I'm looking for a bit of guidance in this respect.
look right from the diagram. generally speaking you should try and have raided member drives set up on adjacent ports but it is not mandatory as long as both drives are attached to the same sata chip. So, since you have all 6 of those ports running from the same ICH10R sata chip it would be hard to screw it up.