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Old November 28, 2009, 02:25 PM
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heh... It's all about risk management. There is always a safer solution. The question is, "is it worth the time and expense".

At least you did not lose anything but some time.
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Old November 28, 2009, 08:14 PM
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Running RAID without a dedicated PCI/PCI-E controller that has it's own processor and memory is garbage anyways. Motherboard RAID is slow on its best days.
For RAID0 the difference is very minimal. At least for mechanical drives.
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Old November 28, 2009, 08:47 PM
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For RAID0 the difference is very minimal. At least for mechanical drives.
thanks to have underline it

for 0 raid my approval was only on that part of the reply :

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Running RAID without a dedicated PCI/PCI-E controller .... is garbage anyways. ..
My problem will not have happen on a high-point card, because I will have fix the problem in the bios menu. it was the lack of option in the Intel one , that give me trouble


raid processors are at best for raid 5 , for raid 0 , Lowfat is right.. it's make so few difference


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