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Raid 0 in new systems? any benefit?


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I am looking at swapping to the asus proart z490 board, for my i7 processor.  It has 3 or 4 SSD ports onboard.  Is there any benefit in running two of them in raid, anymore?  Or are we past the point of noticing any difference?

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Not from the OS/programs drive.  it would be from other drives to other drives.  

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You won't notice any real difference.  Synthetic numbers will look faster, but access times will be slower.  The one advantage is you would have a single larger drive and not have to deal with two drives.  One downside is that you are increasing your points of failure. 

 

 

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Not worth the hassle for sure.  thanks for the information.

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