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Will all parameters (sequential read/write speeds, random read/write speeds, and access time) improve if I go for two SSDs in RAID0? Are there any significant disadvantages in doing this?

AFAIK TRIM doesn't work with RAID0, does it? If it doesn't, does that equate automatically to less lifespan of both drives?
 

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Will all parameters (sequential read/write speeds, random read/write speeds, and access time) improve if I go for two SSDs in RAID0?
Yes, although some to a lesser degree than others(random read/access times CAN be better with a single drive).

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Are there any significant disadvantages in doing this?
Other than RAID0 inherent instabilities and risk of data loss if one drive messes up, no.
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AFAIK TRIM doesn't work with RAID0, does it? If it doesn't, does that equate automatically to less lifespan of both drives?
No TRIM support, less life span? Subjective... You'll have to find out in a couple of years.
 
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