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wow, what more is there to say

That is crazy fast
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I might RAID soon.
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I just got the Western digital 1tb HDD SATAIII ( i am running it SATA II). the drive isnt even formatted, i just slapped it in and ran hd tune.

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Is this forum still alive in 1Q/ 2010 if so my mechanical drives might help some on the decision point of SSD versus HDD?

I have 4 HDD so far but would welcome two more for a total of six I have 6-ports?

Short stroke RAID 0 e.g. 10% total platter/disk and under helps achieve 500MB/s sustain read throughput does that make normal SATA 3GB/s drives better than SSD?

I tried other RAIDs e.g. 1, 0+1, 1+0, and even 5 on AMD SB/and Intel boxes but in the end it appears if speed matters beyond all else RAID 0 is winner.

I am curious if 5 drives makes things worst or better or even 6 for RAID 0 only configurations. Tom's hardware charts saying above 4 and then only writes improve for RAID 0 but not the ratio of boost to speed per disk in read thru put as in uisng just 4 drives.

The drives are simple comsumer off the shelf Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB (on sale for $75 USD each) but when in RAID 0 can achive quite impressive throughput; anyone still care to see findings?
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Originally Posted by ToeMass View Post
Is this forum still alive in 1Q/ 2010 if so my mechanical drives might help some on the decision point of SSD versus HDD?
This forum is very much alive - but this isn't really the place for your post. Just start a new thread in this section.

But to answer you question simply - you can get very high sequential rates from RAID0 arrays of mechanical disks for cheap, but for many uses they don't approach the real-world usage speeds of an SSD because of their superior access times.
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