4 hours ago, Thatguywiththetoasterpc said:
Yeah I get that part. I wasn't to worried about the Encryption effecting performance by itself, I just saw an article saying SED doesn't work in raid for whatever reason.
The document I linked to simply says "Seagate recommends validating your configuration with the selected HBA/RAID controller manufacturer to ensure full 3TB capacity capabilities." which would indicate that RAID should work.
I found a document by HP that says SED requires AHCI mode and using RAID makes it impossible to use key management tools. But the drive itself should work, only you can't control encryption when using them in a RAID array.