I just got a great deal on two Seagate SATA 300gb drives at Fry's ($110 each), so I picked up two.
Anyway, I was wondering if I should put them in RAID or leave them seperate? They would not be my boot drive, I would use them mostly for storing .avi files for video and editing. However, I would probably have some games installed on there, as well (although most all my applications are on the C:\ drive).
Would I see much benefit having RAID for this? Or would it be better to have them non-RAID, in case on fails I haven't lost all my data?
I can't help but laugh at you wusy for that comment. Not that I think it's a bad idea on his case, but purely for the fact that every other time I've seen RAID 5 mentioned, you've shot it down without a $200 card being included as well.