A few random questions.. Tags: Storage Last response: November 16, 2012 12:23 AM in Storage Share rewben2 November 15, 2012 11:41:33 PM Sata3 is capable of 6 gigabits per second, is this equivalent to 768 megabytes per second? In pacman, there is 256 levels. This is an 8 bit game. Is this because 2^8=256 (2 to the power of 8 is 256)? Does this mean 16 bit is 2^16, 32 bit is 2^32 and so forth? If you set up RAID0 with let's say 4 drives, will it be capable of 24 (6 times 4...) Gigabits per second because there's 4 sata connections? Can HDD's fully saturate sata2 or even sata1? All answers are appreciated. More about : random questions | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove inzone Storage Expert November 16, 2012 12:23:00 AM 1. Yes , 6 gigabits/s is 6144 bits/s and 768 megabytes/s is equal to 6144 bits/s. 2. No the levels have nothing to do with it being a 8 bit game. 3.No , the speed of extra drives in a raid is not accumalitive. 4. No. If I score 100% correct what do I win ? | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Storage>A few random questions..> Related ressources: ForumAlienware Randomly Freezes for a Few Seconds at Random Intervals ForumA few random issues that occur. ForumFilled up my HDD need a new one and have a few questions ForumIn the middle of building, have a few questions ForumFew Questions on Ivy Bridge... ForumBuilding a gaming rig, got a few questions ForumA few noob SSD questions ForumA Few Generic Questions ? ForumJust a few (stupid) questions ForumA few questions froma veteran noob Forum[Crawl] A few questions ... (You guys must be pretty tired .. ForumA few questions before purchasing my 2nd SSD ForumA few gfx card questions Forum~1200$ gaming build, few questions . ForumBest SSD Of 2013, Which is it? Forum[Solved] Would you recommend an SSD with no 4K Random speed in specs? Forum[Solved] SSD and HDD questions ForumSamsung 830 slow Sequential and Random write ForumSimple HD benchmarking questions ForumQuestions on how to boot from new SSD More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !