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That's normal. Bigger capacity = more chips = more speed. The way I picture it is like a RAID0 of memory chips. The more, the faster. Especially on write. Also consider that especially on the OS disk, the bench will be lower if the drive is being used (Windows LOVES to read/Write all the damn time)

I know I was just surprised the 128GB matched up to spec (369 vs 390 rated) more than the 256GB rated for 520MB/s write
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I don't see why it wouldn't.

Is there any way to verify the formatted space on each individual disk in a RAID array?
RAID 0 splits I/O operations into equal-sized blocks and spread them evenly across two disks...that is why it is known as a striped set.

And a way to verify? IDK. Doesn't matter tho. It is spread evenly between both.

Wonderful, thanks!

And while I'm at it.. thanks for all the awesome guides, too.

JML
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Also, thanks to dmanstasiu for all the help, too!

JML
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Still only relevant if somehow you are only using a single 4kb page.

You're still not understanding how the OS works. I'll make this brief so as not to make Systemlord's migraine any worse. A page is a block of virtual memory that on Windows x86 is typically 4kB in size. Windows uses demand paging.

For example a 1MB executable might use 256 4kB pages in which case each 4kB section would only be loaded when hard faulted resulting in up to 256 hard faults (256 single 4kB reads) from the disk. Of course it's can be more complex than that.

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You don't need to do any of that. Just make a partition smaller than the total capacity and the person will be over provisioning lol.

Or just create the RAID array smaller than the whole combined disk size. i.e. for my 2x128GB drives I allocated 200GB out of ~238GB for the array. Only trouble with this IIRC is if you might want to create more than one array out of the 2 disks then the Intel ROM utility uses all of the left over space to create the second array. Make sure your unallocated OP is clean, i.e. does not have any LBA mapping. Should not be a problem with new unused disks or disks that have just been SE'd but something to consider when reconfiguring a previous set up.
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My 830s after almost a year of use.
(They were in raid 0 most of their lives) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I don't think you would see a performance loss this soon in it's life, how full is you SSD?
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I'll make this brief so as not to make Systemlord's migraine any worse

Lol, no migraine tonight. wink.gif
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I don't think you would see a performance loss this soon in it's life, how full is you SSD?

Oh yeah. Was sharing for reference. Still pretty close to spec thumb.gif
 
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My 830
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Just got my 120GB 830. I don't know how I was managing without it now...

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For some reason i get could not open drive 0 when it does ACC time read but im in biggrin.gif
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I got the 128gb pro model 2 days ago and have gone through constant BSODs , crashes, freezes and other weird stuff. BSODs every 15 min.

Will return this junk!!
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