What is the HDD space required for configuration of RAID Tags: Hard Drives NAS / RAID Configuration Storage Last response: February 28, 2013 10:38 PM in Storage Share Ivan_07 February 28, 2013 8:45:02 PM Hello, More about : hdd space required configuration raid popatim a c 906 G Storage February 28, 2013 10:38:37 PM raid 0 - no lost space raid 1 - 50% lost space rait 10 - 50% lost space raid 5 - 1 drive lost raid 6 - 2 drives lost *this assumes all the drives in the raid are the exact same size. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources What is the usable space raid 5 with 2 tb 3 sata hdd Forum SolvedIs RAID support required if you're using an SSD+HDD? Forum SolvedMixing WD HDD's in a RAID configuration Forum I would like to a gaming laptop , And I also want to use adobe after affects ! so What sort of configuration is required? Forum SolvedIssues with SSD and HDD x2 RAID0 Configuration with "6Gb/s" SATA Marvell chip Forum Intel RST, RAID 1, configuration question on mixing HDD's Forum SolvedWhat is a Raid 0 Configuration Forum SolvedI want to know what hardware is necessary for a typical RAID 10 configuration Forum How much HDD space required for WinXP/Vista Forum SolvedWhat is RAID & can this help provide extra space Forum SolvedWhat happens with a Formatted HDD added to a Raid setup Forum SolvedSimple question about configuring SSD and HDD in raid Forum Problem accessing full HDD space after creating RAID0 Forum Can I configure two identical striped/raid0 SSD's to be mirrored asynchronously onto HDD's using some form of raid 0+1? Then h Forum SolvedMissing HDD space, cannot find what is using it Forum Can I use the remaining space on HDD besides the one created on RAID? Forum Can you RAID with SSD and HDD in 1+0 or 10 configuration Forum Adding HDD's to already raid 1 configured server Forum Out of space on HDD can I RAID? Forum Can you RAID with SSD and HDD in 1+0 or 10 configuration Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !