Buy another identical SSD and throw it in RAID0 with the original drive.
However, both drives need to be empty before you can make the RAID array. As well as the chances of failure doubling, since if one of drives fails it will break the whole array and the data on the remaining drive is useless on its own.
I would attempt to clean out your SSD before getting another one to RAID with. So move any movies, music, documents to another drive. Same with any programs and games that wont benefit from the extra speed or are simply not important.
Set up your web browser and any Torrent clients to download to a different drive.
Move the pagefile off the SSD, which will free up as much room as you have RAM.
Hey dude, thanks for the quick response. I've moved as much as I could to my 500GB Raptor. The only thing left on the 120GB SSD are, the OS, Windows programs and anything else related to the operation of the sstem. So, now I can procede to "setting up my web browser', is that correct? If so I'll continuing on with the rest of your recommendations and get back to you on my progress. Thanks, Dorsey.