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Ahh so it's just random. Okay.

And I assume RAID will be significantly faster than my current setup? I have both drives plugged into the Marvell 6gb/s slot.

So it just reads as 512GB on drive C? Instead of 256MB on drive C/F?
yes it'll be one 512GB drive
    
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post #12 of 14
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Yeah okay thanks!

So should I delete the partitions on my drive or should I just go into BIOS and switch to RAID0 and it'll do that for me and wipe everything else?
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When you make/build a raid array, it will remove all the data for you. But take note you will loose trim/garbage collection on the ssd's when you raid them.
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When you make/build a raid array, it will remove all the data for you. But take note you will loose trim/garbage collection on the ssd's when you raid them.
Alright thanks. I guess I'll have to see what the population chooses to do.
Edited by xyeLz - 2/20/11 at 12:41pm
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