trying to figure out SSD config for new PC build
Building a new gaming/workstation rig and trying to figure out the best SSD configuration.
I'm building on the ASUS ROG STRIX Z490-H and am trying to figure out the optimal way to get 2 TB of SSD in there with fault tolerance.
My ideal would be 4x 1TB drives in RAID10, but could settle for 2x 2TB drives in RAID1 (unless you want to convince me this is the wrong thing to want).
It's clear to me that I can stick 4x 1TB SATA drives in there no problem, but M.2 PCIe drives would be faster.
But there are only 2 M.2 PCIe slots on the board.
Is there an adapter or card or something that will expand the number of M.2 PCIe slots so I can do 4x 1TB M.2 PCIe drives? Do I just go with SATA instead? Would 2x 2TB M.2 PCIe in RAID1 be better(faster) than 4x 1TB SATA in RAID10?
Probably doing this with Crucial MX500 drives regardless of configuration.
Thanks in advance for any advice!