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PeterJensen 01-31-12 04:48 AM

New pars incomming
 
More SSD for the people and some RAM :)

Got 2 x OCZ SSD Vertex 3 MAX IOPS 2.5" 240GB incomming

http://www.komplett.dk/img/p/800/41d...4600bd8895.jpg

and

2 x Corsair XMS3 1866MHz 8GB Vengeance CL9 - Im chaning the RAM beacuse the crap i have now is mixed and low speed DDR3 ram.

So i now have 2 x 128GB SSD and 2 x 240GB SSD

Any one here know if i should put them in raid 0? Or will i be limited by the onboard raid controller?

mullet 01-31-12 08:50 AM

Re: New pars incomming
 
Very nice petor.

frenchy2k1 01-31-12 12:53 PM

Re: New pars incomming
 
So, you would be looking at ~1GB/s of transfer speed R/W?
Try it on the onboard RAID, but I don't think even high end ones can deliver such speed...

Please try, bench and report.

Roadhog 01-31-12 12:59 PM

Re: New pars incomming
 
Nice pars.

I'd raid 0 them too.

bob saget 01-31-12 02:25 PM

Re: New pars incomming
 
my pars are all hot looking at those SSDs.

lduguay 01-31-12 02:33 PM

Re: New pars incomming
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by slaWter (Post 2524647)
I wouldn't RAID them. There is no point. RAIDing SSDs was ok in the past with first generation drives. But now with those crazy fast SATA 3 SSDs, even a single drive will deliver more than enough performance.

I'd take the better reliability and added TRIM support over the bandwidth improvements.

+1 Even if TRIM gets to RAID 0 in the near future, I wouldn't bother with it. There is always that slim possibility that one drive goes bad and you loose the whole array.

PeterJensen 02-01-12 01:00 AM

Re: New pars incomming
 
I will hold off the Raid then :)

I would maybe like to do a raid 1 on the 128GB's - Do i need TRIM in raid 1 and is it supported?

lduguay 02-01-12 02:48 PM

Re: New pars incomming
 
RAID 1 on SSD's? Please nooooo!


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