Raid 0 and SSD Question Tags: SSD NAS / RAID Storage Last response: July 23, 2012 3:46 PM in Storage Share siegedelux July 23, 2012 11:17:41 AM Hello, I got one question regarding the use of two different SSD's in raid 0. The one I have now is the Hyper X 120gb SSD, and now that the cheaper version: Hyper X 3K is out. I was wondering if these two (or multiple) will work fine in this array? Thanks in advance! More about : raid ssd question Dereck47 a c 427 G Storage July 23, 2012 3:46:34 PM The drives should be identical for best performance, but yes, they will work. If the drives are different sizes then the size of your RAID array will be twice the size of the smallest drive. There's no fault tolerance in RAID-0 so if one of your drives dies then you will lose all of your data. The TRIM command is not passed to drives that are in a RAID array so Log Off (not Shut Down) overnight once every other week or so to allow Garbage Collection to recover drive performance. You will get higher benchmark results with 2 drives in RAID-0 but you probably won't notice any real-world difference in performance than if you just used the 2 drives separately. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumQuestion about SSD Raid 0 Degradation ForumSSD RAID 0 Question ForumSSD Raid 0 Question . Forum2 SSD Question about setting up RAID 0 ForumQuestion about RAID 0 and SSD ForumSamsung 830 256 GB SSD RAID 0 questions ForumSSD vs HHD vs RAID0 HDD ForumTransfer one OS/program SSD -to- two SSDs in RAID0 ForumSingle SSD sata III or 2 SSD 's in RAID 0 sata II? ForumWD Caviar Black Raid 0 vs. SSD ForumRAID 0 with Dual SSD 's ForumHow to RAID0 SSD software RAID ForumWindows 8 Raid 0 on 2 ssd 's with an internal sata hdd for storage ForumHELP! SSD Raid0 - Fresh Install / Win7 ForumX58A-ud3r rev. 2. 0 SSD Raid 0 Question ForumSSD RAID 0 Question ForumFirst SSD advice? Forum[Solved] Question with an SSD and RAID ForumSSD Raid 0 Question. Forum2 SSD drives, to RAID or not to RAID. that tis the question More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !