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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822148144

Your board has a built in RAID controller, and the manual that came with it tells you how to set it up.
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Your board has a built in RAID controller, and the manual that came with it tells you how to set it up.
Ohhh alright, I see how I would set it up now. Raid 1 is more efficient performance wise than Raid 0 isnt it? How do you perform duplexing with Raid 1?

I think I wana try http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822136033 those 74gig raptors.
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Ohhh alright, I see how I would set it up now. Raid 1 is more efficient performance wise than Raid 0 isnt it? How do you perform duplexing with Raid 1?

I think I wana try http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822136033 those 74gig raptors.
RAID 0 is striping, RAID 1 is mirroring which means the data is the same on two drives. RAID 0 is much faster. Yoiu could go with two 74gb raptors, but thats $300 where you could get 4 x 250gb seagates for the same price. 1TB of stroage thats faster than 150gb of storage for the same price.
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RAID 0 is striping, RAID 1 is mirroring which means the data is the same on two drives. RAID 0 is much faster. Yoiu could go with two 74gb raptors, but thats $300 where you could get 4 x 250gb seagates for the same price. 1TB of stroage thats faster than 150gb of storage for the same price.
How would the raptors ever benefit then? Just the size of all the capacity makes up for the lower speed?
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As single drives they are faster, and even a 2 disc setup with raptors beat a 2 disc setup of anything else (short of 15,000 SCSI drives). Raptors also have the fastest seek time of any SATA drive, basically they can start to read/write faster. Raptors are great, but they are not cheap, and you can get better proformance with other means.
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As single drives they are faster, and even a 2 disc setup with raptors beat a 2 disc setup of anything else (short of 15,000 SCSI drives). Raptors also have the fastest seek time of any SATA drive, basically they can start to read/write faster. Raptors are great, but they are not cheap, and you can get better proformance with other means.
Hmm I see. But the fact that if I had 1T of storage with 4 hardrives defeats the quicker 150gig of storage using the smaller hardrives with faster rated seek times. Well I guess I should just go with 4 of the seagates then. 300$ is around the amount of money I have to play with.
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I'm not 100% sure that you can do a 4 disc RAID setup with your motherboard even though you have 6 SATA ports and a RAID controller. You should read the manual to check. If in fact you can not do a 4 disc raid, I would two seagates and a new keyboard/mouse and/or XP Pro.

EDIT: 2 x Serial ATA 3.0Gb/s support hardware RAID 0 or RAID 1 mode
Looks like you can only do 2 discs in a RAID, with the other 4 as JBOD.
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Sorry to deviate from what this topic has become, but to go back towards the beginning, what is svghost? I know svchost is a normal Windows process, but I've never heard of svghost and it's not listed on ProcessLibrary.com either.

Just wondering if that's something he should look into, seeing as he said that's one thing using up a lot of his RAM.
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Sorry to deviate from what this topic has become, but to go back towards the beginning, what is svghost? I know svchost is a normal Windows process, but I've never heard of svghost and it's not listed on ProcessLibrary.com either.

Just wondering if that's something he should look into, seeing as he said that's one thing using up a lot of his RAM.
svchost is a network process, it is normal. Media center is the likely cause of high ram usage.
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