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Or, with 4 drives (only need 3 actually) go with RAID 5 for the redundancy it can provide (writing isn't too good with RAID 5 but the read is almost as fast as RAID 0 -- with RAID 5/0 you'd be smoking with redundancy).

My experience with RAID 0 and a separate storage drives has been dismal, so avoid that setup all together and use an external that the motherboard can't screw up (2 HDD died due to the motherboard flaking and then frying; and currently has another storage drive on another motherboard with read errors).
 
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