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I have two identical Seagate Barracuda drives both 320 gig the only difference is the interface one is sata and other is ultra 100.... I am a noob to raid and know nothing about it. Would it be possible to set them in raid 0 even though they use different interfaceS? Thanks.
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I have two identical Seagate Barracuda drives both 320 gig the only difference is the interface one is sata and other is ultra 100.... I am a noob to raid and know nothing about it. Would it be possible to set them in raid 0 even though they use different interfaceS? Thanks.
nope
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well you might be able to if you get one of those pata to sata things but i wouldn't recomend it
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If you could it wouldn't be worth it.

I don't even think you can.
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