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We've already reviewed Intel's SSD DC S3700 and determined it to be a fast, consistent performer. But what happens when we take two-dozen (or about $50,000) worth of them and create a massive RAID 0 array? Come along as we play around in storage heaven.

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Not really practical. Also someone somewhere will do this just to fill it all with porn simply because they can.
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Not really practical. Also someone somewhere will do this just to fill it all with porn simply because they can.

It is very practical for many application. Every heard about super computer? If you have a large database the mech drives will likely bottleneck the speed at which you can get your results.

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It is very practical for many application. Every heard about super computer? If you have a large database the mech drives will likely bottleneck the speed at which you can get your results.
HPC are now using more distributed approaches to databases....

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And I thought my RAID M4s were fast ohno-smiley02.gif
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And I thought my RAID M4s were fast ohno-smiley02.gif

Hehe, so I thought with my 840 Pro's too ^^
But hey, $50k in drives is not really worth the performance anyways, so I think I will stick with my 840's instead smile.gif

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