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ARC-1210?

Would the Intel X25-E and X25-M have very similar write speeds under a RAID controller? I would think both drives could cap out the bandwidth under RAID conditions.

Let me look up this Dell controller.

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Took a look at the Dell controller. Has the same amount of memory and same Intel processor as Areca card.
Look it up on Ebay.

Also, DuckieHo did a very thorough review and comparison on it.
    
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We go on about the PERC 5/i because its server grade and can be found cheap on ebay.
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