1. turbobooster

    can i put them in raid 0

    Hello guys, i have a quastion about my ssd,s. i have a samsung 840 evo 250gb read 540/write 520 And i have a samsung 840 250gb read 540/write 250 can i put them together in raid 0.
  2. calemus

    raid 10 - sound off

    looking at raid i am fascinated by the option (raid 1) of doubling my read/wright speed but as we all know that option is very volatile i am also very interested in the raid 0 secure reliability blanket so who has a raid 10 set up video or ->instructional<- they feel is EXCEPTIONAL...
  3. Smiki007

    Do I really need a RAID

    I have two Plextor 256GB SSD drives (PX256M3), and one WD CB 1TB HDD, all three of them are 6GB/s, the two SSDs are connected to Intel SATA 3 controller and WD to Marwel SATA 3 controller. I'm planning to use one SSD for OS and heavy programs (Minesite, Surpac, Civil3D, Terramodel, and other...
  4. Doctor_Death

    Use of Raid 5 Kills SSD arrays

    Interesting article on Raid 5 Skyera: RAID 5 Kills SSD Arrays
  5. woomdawg

    Holy raid Batman
  6. xelosia

    This Just Got Real: Swedish Police Raid Call Of Duty Session what a hoot

    When a ten-person strong team of Swedish police officers responded to an emergency call over the weekend, they didn’t know what they were in for, but considering the details they had to go on — the caller’s description of the situation stated had included the sound of gunshots and frantic...
  7. C

    No TRIM support in RAID as you know

    I don't know about any of you, but I decided to use my drives separately rather than RAID. I started to feel a slowdown in the general performance while I had the drives in RAID0. In doing this it for some reason feels a bit faster. Could this be because of TRIM? It sucks with the lack of space...
  8. alan1476

    Thunderbolt SSD- Raid 0 Out of the box

    Thanks to CNET Asus' ROG Thunderbolt SSD to arrive in Q3 - Computers - CNET - CNET Asia Cnet reports that Asus is showcasing a Thunderbolt SSD which should become available in a 128GB and 256GB capacity and which is configured as RAID 0 out of the box. According to Cnet the drive should become...
  9. Skyguy

    Kingston HyperX 3K RAID 0

    Today we have another review with the Kingston HyperX 3K SSD, but instead of just one drive, today we're going with two in RAID 0. We're speed junkies just as much as the next person, so seeing a pair of these SandForce-based drives should really induce some drool-worthy performance. Click...
  10. Skyguy

    SanDisk Extreme 240GB RAID 0

    The SanDisk Extreme 240GB SATA III is a blazing fast drive with new 24nm Toggle NAND and has been breaking records all over the place. We have two of these cutting edge drives on the bench today running in RAID 0 for your pleasure. Expect amazing numbers? Read on. Click SanDisk...
  11. Skyguy

    Corsair Performance Pro 128GB RAID 0

    The Corsair Performance Pro 128GB SSD contains an updated Marvell controller that continues to use a SATA 6G interface, able to take advantage of the insane speeds offered by the new standard. Two of these beasts in RAID 0 should be very impressive. Click Corsair Performance Pro 128GB RAID...
  12. DooRules

    New Raid Rom Intel RAID ROM
  13. Skyguy

    Kingston SSDNow V+ 200 RAID 0

    As we saw recently in our Kingston SSDNow V+ 200 single drive review, this SandForce drive performed admirably. But what happens when we pair up two in RAID 0? Strap in, you're about to see some serious speed. Click for the full review.
  14. TImmy

    Raid setup

    Im going to do a raid setup on my new build but how does the majority do it. Do they use a raid board? I'm new to doing a raid setup and could use some guideance with it. from the information I've been reading you can use a raid board or software to do a raid setup but I might be wrong. I will...
  15. L

    SSDs in RAID Get TRIM

    Don't Lose Performance Anymore
  16. Skyguy

    OCZ Revo 3 X2 240GB

    OCZ is well known for their SSD innovations, and their newest the Revo Drive 3 X3 240GB PCIe drive looks to be another in a long line of ground breaking innovations. Wielding a total of four (that’s right, four) new SandForce 2281 controllers and a new OCZ proprietary VCA 2.0 (Virtualized...
  17. Skyguy

    OCZ Revo X2 240GB

    OCZ is known for their SSD innovations, and the Revo X2 looks to be another in a long line, and the immediate successor to the original Revo, taking what was already a very fast drive and now putting it on nitrous. The Revo X2 acts like a bootable drive but looks like a card since it plugs...
  18. Skyguy

    OCZ Revo 120GB

    We're looking at another SandForce SSD, but this one is very special as it's essentially two drives in one that feature a RAID 0 configuration. The name of this juggernaut is the OCZ Revo. Think a SandForce SSD is fast? Wait until you see what happens in a single card RAID 0 setup. Click HERE...
  19. Skyguy

    Patriot Valkyrie NAS

    To serve the increasing demand for data storage, a Network Attached Storage device, or NAS, may be exactly what the home user or small business might need. A NAS can offer easy of use and convenience at a reasonable cost. The Patriot Valkyrie NAS is one such device that houses two 3.5” hard...
  20. shattered.likeness

    Suggestions needed on SSD conundrum...

    Ok, so I've got two Kingston SSDNow V Series 40GB Boot Drives sitting at the house now, and looking back through the review Jake posted, I remembered that they do not support TRIM. A quick Google Search took me over to this thread on