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Longer boot time with RAID0 compared to not RAID? frown.gif

yes, just s few seconds usually.
post #12 of 18
So the boot time with RAID 0 would be noticeably slower, but actual load times of programs aren't that noticeable.

What's the point of RAID 0 for SSDs if it's just going to slow down Windows boot. I already have another one on the way, I could pretty much just not set it in RAID and use it as two separate drives then.
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IMO It is pointless getting top-of-the-line SATA3 SSD considering that you only have SATA2 on the ICH.
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IMO It is pointless getting top-of-the-line SATA3 SSD considering that you only have SATA2 on the ICH.

what if you upgrade your mobo later? then you have to upgrade you ssd too right? why not buy the top of the line ssd now?
post #15 of 18
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Does my E760 141-BL have Sata3?

Anyways. Is 60GB enough for my OS windows 7 64 pro + a game or two?
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Does my E760 141-BL have Sata3?
Anyways. Is 60GB enough for my OS windows 7 64 pro + a game or two?

No, only Sata II.
What games? Some can take up quite a bit of room.
    
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So the ssd will not run or not as fast since I got sata2?


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Heroes of newerth + windows 7 64 pro

The game is not even 1GB tongue.gif
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