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Raid1 - 2x 2TB Drives

That is a good option, that way if one drive fails you will still have a backup.

another option that would work well is 2x 2TB Raid0 and then backup your important data to another drive periodically. I use a system like this and do a backup every 2 months or so.
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From this list

http://www.umart.com.au/pro/products...&bid=5&id2=129

What would be the best for setup that i proposed?
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