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bonanza2000 January 21, 2013 05:55 PM

Samsung video of 24 SSDs in a RAID 2 GB/sec
 
Pretty cute video of 24 SSDs in RAID running 2GB/sec

Samsung SSD Awesomeness - YouTube

SKYMTL January 21, 2013 06:14 PM

Shows you how far SSDs have come....considering current PCI-E drives have no issue hitting that in the right conditions. ;)

jibz January 21, 2013 06:27 PM

I'd like to see the same experiment done with modern hardware.

My two chronos deluxe in raid hit 900MB/s. I'd love what 24 on a ridiculously unaffordable raid controller can do.

bonanza2000 January 22, 2013 08:03 AM

Similiar but newer (2010) with 50 SSDs
Patriot RAID-System mit 50 SSDs - YouTube

Masteroderus January 22, 2013 08:12 AM

I'd think the upper limit would approach this pcie drive :


Z-Drive R4 CloudServ


6GB/s (not Gb, GB!)

bonanza2000 January 22, 2013 08:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Masteroderus (Post 685904)
I'd think the upper limit would approach this pcie drive :


Z-Drive R4 CloudServ


6GB/s (not Gb, GB!)

ohhhhh niiiiice!
how much does one of those bad boys cost?

never mind I just looked and it is more than I'd want to spend
$3900

BlueByte January 22, 2013 08:35 AM

I would be interested in seeing small file performance on those. I find even with SSDs the more you add to RAID array the slower the small files move in a single user benchmark scenario.

edhahaha January 23, 2013 11:19 PM

love it... but what if one of the ssd fails......

tangrisser January 23, 2013 11:53 PM

This is an old video but fascinating nonetheless. I wonder what it would be like if they used more recent SSD...

Quote:

Originally Posted by edhahaha (Post 686267)
love it... but what if one of the ssd fails......

The RAID has redundancy and it will recover the data once the defective SSD has been replaced.


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