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Its two WDC50001AALS in raid0 stroke to 536gb. Back in the days, I swear, the Random Access even sometimes fell to 9,9ms. Got them both for 100€, awesome deal anyway.
That really makes me want to RAID 0 my drives. Good lord I need a backup drive like yesterday.
    
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post #32 of 32
Yeah I'm going to have to quit being lazy and fix my drives

Here is my plan:
Replace one of the seagate 7200.10 320 gig drives from my raid with a 1 tb f3

That will give me :

WD 640 gig AAKS raid 0 (they're in single mode now) with Windows 7 Pro x64
Seagate 7200.10 320 gig single drive dual boot with Windows XP Pro
Samsung F3 1TB as backup (and another in my external dock)
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