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single f3 run games perfectly?
Yes!

A modern HDD wont effect gameplay at all. A slower HDD my effect loading times.
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post #12 of 22
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asus p5p43td

not pro
post #13 of 22
If it's the mobo in your sig, it supports raid 0,1,0+1 and 5 so you are well covered!

There should be a section in your user manual that will explain where to set the hard drives to RAID, then when your system boots, it will give you an option to enter the raid utility (like cntrl-I or cntrl-f) that's where you configure at least 2 identical drives for a RAID. It should show all this in your manual. If you still need help, post and I can help look thru the manual to tell what page it's on. Good Luck!

edit:

Just saw your last post. You're out of luck, no RAID for that mobo but on the bright side, a single Samsung f3 is a fast drive!
Edited by hollywood406 - 5/19/11 at 5:54am
post #14 of 22
For the most part, you won't notice the difference between running a normal F3 and a raid-0 set up unless you are constantly moving very large files.

If you genuinely want speed, you can pick up an SSD on the cheap (camping sales) and just pick up the F3 as a backup solution. If money is an issue, I think you will be very happy even with a single F3.
post #15 of 22
Thread Starter 
so?

my motherboard support?
post #16 of 22
Sorry, I don't understand @_@

Can you use complete sentences please?
post #17 of 22
Thread Starter 
sorry, my english is bad xD

my motherboard support raid 0?
post #18 of 22
Pro version - Supports raid
Non-pro version - Does not support raid

What I said was that the speed increase of going from single to raid-0 is only really apparent if you are constantly moving big files back and forth. If you are playing games and stuff, the speeds are roughly equal in most cases. So if you want lots of speed, the best way is still to get an SSD for games and a standard 1 TB for your files and backups.
post #19 of 22
If your trying to run RAID 0 on your sig mobo, it has an ICH10R controller so it can do raid 0/1/0+1/5

If you plan for raid 0, you two identical drives, or two partitions that match on the different drives. Plug both into your sata ports, its best to use port 0 and port 1.

Asus support manual can be found here if you need extra help; select your OS from the drop down menu.
http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Int..._PRO/#download
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If your trying to run RAID 0 on your sig mobo, it has an ICH10R controller so it can do raid 0/1/0+1/5

If you plan for raid 0, you two identical drives, or two partitions that match on the different drives. Plug both into your sata ports, its best to use port 0 and port 1.

Asus support manual can be found here if you need extra help; select your OS from the drop down menu.
http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Int..._PRO/#download
my mobo isn't pro :S

i'll get a single drive only

thx for help guys
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