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Old October 24, 2010, 10:53 AM
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Default SB750 RAID0 for 3 hard drives?

My Asus M4A78-E motherboard user guide says that the board comes with the SB750 chipset which supports RAID0. Then it defines RAID0 as a configuration that optimizes TWO identical drives to read and write data in parallel....

Does this mean I can't set up 3 drives in RAID0 on this motherboard?

I am a bit puzzled because I have read about RAID0 setups with 3 or more hard drives.

I greatly appreciate your comments on this. Thank you in advance :)
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