post #11 of 11
Originally Posted by eclipseaudio4;12589304 
For a regular HD, NO
For regular HD's in Raid, NO
For a SSD, NO
For SSD's in Raid, maybe(depends on how many.)

The only differance is the max throughput. 3GB/s and 6GB/s You will not see those speeds unless you are running ~10 SSD's

RAID has nothing to do with it - the max throughput is per port, not per array. If you don't limit a single drive with a SATA 3Gb/s interface then you won't limit that drive in RAID either.

(until you hit the controller bottleneck, and aside from the fact that most SATA 6Gb/s controllers are crap in RAID, but they are different issues).