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Doh! You have an AMD - I didn't realize that. Can't help you in AMD-land, sorry.
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What about an adaptec 31605 does you know if that supports trim. I really much doubt it smile.gif
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Originally Posted by rossmcivor View Post

What about an adaptec 31605 does you know if that supports trim. I really much doubt it smile.gif
No one hardware raidcontrollers support raid yet. Areca said they are working on it. They said it 4 years ago...

Adaptec 31605 is VERY slow for ssd's. High latency and not good enough bandwidth.
post #5014 of 5016
I doubt it too. If they would it would definitely be mentioned here:

http://www.adaptec.com/en-us/support/raid/sas_raid/sas-31605/
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Western Digitial Caviar Green Samsung SE-S224Q Noctua NH-D14 Noctua NF-S12A PWM 
CoolingCoolingCoolingOS
NF-P14 NF-P12 NF-A14 Windows 7 Home Premium x64 
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NEC LCD2490WUXI-SV Cooler Master Quickfire Rapid TKL Seasonic X-850 KM3 (2012) Fractal Design R4 
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Agree, bit slow but adequate for storage space. And I only got it for £20 off a man who didn't really know what it was smile.gif cost me more for the cables lol
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Is it possible to put 830 and 850 in raid0? Would the RAPID work then?

Im also wondering how much raid0 could benefit in game load times? Example with Dayz standalone, Arma3, BF4, GTA V (well its not available yet but its going to be huge game)?
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