No, the black has an access time half that of the green. Access time is most important for speed. Normally on HDD you are waiting for file to be found. The max data rate of HDD and SSD are quite similar, but of course SSD are much faster because their access time is far, far faster.
Plus, the black has less than half the seek time and that goes a long way in overall speed and feel.
What is your goal with these? Are you trying to store a ton of media? If so, raid 0 buys nothing and increases the chance of a complete loss. If you are doing video editing, it's better to have a scratch disk and completed disk since the transfers across the interface are faster than within the disk. If you are playing games, an SSD is going to crush a raid0 in level load times and overall system responsiveness.
goal is an all in one system. it will be for media, for software development, for large processing and so on and so fourth so disk performance is a key.
the green is cooler to run.... compared to the black (understandbly). I always back my system up anyway incase of such a failure.