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OK, so I'm thinking of offering RAID0 and RAID1 arrays to my customers, but have next to no knowledge of how to do so. I'm thinking of using this controller.

Any help?
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i learned from this tutorial
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ch_RDNSX5V8"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ch_RDNSX5V8[/ame]
    
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for customers i wouldn't push a strip array. even though they say they understand the risks, for the difference that the average use will notice in day to day use i wouldn't recommend it. i strongly push mirrors at all my business customers and the municipalities.
 
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Also, does H67 / H57 have built in RAID control?
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