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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys I have 4 drives in my computer, 1 120gb ssd (os installed), 1 1tb mechanical, and 2 500gb mechanical. I have my games installed on the 500 gb drives because they are 7200rpm but im wanting to raid 0 them am I just going to have to reinstall all my stuff or is there a way I can just transfer all of my stuff after I switch it over.

I7 7700k, msi z270, 8gb 2133 ram, 1050ti sc, 120gb ssd, 1tb hdd, 2 500gb hdds, and a 4 port usb3 pci card.

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No point in putting your HDDs in raid 0. If one drive fails, then you're screwed. The benefits of HDDs in raid 0 aren't worth it, considering the risks. 

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