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raido is it worth it

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i was wondering if theres any performance gains by going raido,i have a wd 320-16mb and was thinking of adding another will it speed up my pc anything noticeably or not,pro's and com's please
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WESTERN DIGITAL 500 GIG AAKS 2X Lite on dvd-rw burners GAMEMAXX 300 BY DEEP COOL win7 64 bit PRO 
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ACER 23 LED,LCD labtecc- keyless key board ocz 700 watt STEALTH X STEAM RAIDMAX DIRKTOOTH: "SMILODON" 
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Yes, it would speed up times, but you'd have to reformat to set them in raid 0
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I think you mean RAID0. There is a performance gain in loading apps, changing maps and that sort of thing.
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