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Is there any way to combine the storage space of all these SSDs?

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So I have:

 

2x 2TB 960 PRO m.2 NVMe in RAID 0 mode (4TB)

1x 1TB 850 EVO m.2 SSD coupled with a 4TB 850 EVO SATA as a spanned disk

 

When I tried to create a RAID 0 array out of the 1TB and 4TB 850 EVO, it just took the size of the smallest disk which is 1TB and multiplied it by 2 giving me only 2TB

 

now my question is, not caring about the performance loss, can I club all those SSDs, both the NVMe and m.2 and SATA ones to get a single large 9TB array in RAID 0 or it's not possible as the disks have to be with the same capacity otherwise you'd end up with an array of the smallest size of the disks?

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RAID0 needs to be in even capacities, use JBOD instead.
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