Originally Posted by an51r
What he said the more discs the info is spread across the less each drive has to do makng it faster. I just said what I said because of space and heat issues. Also the more drives you have the more of a risk you take in screwing up your setup by losing one drive.
yea, true, but wat are the chances of a Hard Drive failing, its slim to none if u hav an hd from a reliable manufacturer lik seagate, and if your system is well cooled.
does a RAID set up increase the chance of a hard drive failure??
iuno, i might jus stick wit my old 320gb hd, still up in the air about this raid thing, u guys hav it, is it possible to give me a sense or % of how much faster things are with it..