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  1. That's not an option really. The biggest NVME SSD i can get is 8TB, and costs €1300. Given that i'm planning to go 16TB+, and with 1TB QVO SSDs being available for around €85, that would put me around €1300-1500. I hope you can see why I would prefer to go the multiple SSD's route. Is parity or 2 parity (which i assume is a RAID 5/6 equivalent in storage spaces) that much worse, performance wise? Does storage spaces support tiered storage? I have 4 250GB SSD's of dubious life expectancy that i could potentially use as a cache if it does, and it would also mittigate the logner wri
  2. Full HD, possibly 1440/4k, gameplay recording, video editing, and having my entire steam library of games be able to load fast. Also, with the current prices of SSD's bing much closer to HDDs in terms of €/GB (only 4x in stead of 10x from a few years back), once I already have the array set up and I have the funds, why not treat myself and go all the way with it?
  3. Large (16+TB) of very fast storage (due to the ability to read from multiple disks simultaniously). Redundancy for data loss protection (I know, propper backups, I want to use both.) Avoiding the extreme slowdown when the new QLC SSD's start to become full (I'm curently already using 5+TB of storage across 3 disks, and prices per GB for SSD's tend to go up past 2TB, besides the fact that using single, larger SSD's mean all my data is potentially impacted by a single drive failure.) The ability to increase storage space by adding new SSD's to the array, withouth having to manage
  4. Hi everyone, i have a question for an unusual build i am planning on making. I'm building a new desktop, and I want to run windows on it. I also have a RAID card which could drive up to 28 SATA drives, and a case that could house at least as many 2.5" SSDs. I'm planning to use those to get the cheapest SSD's (per GB) that i can find, hook hem up in JBOD, and use some kind of software RAID solution to make a single big, redundant storage. While this is nothing new for a NAS, I want to do this in my primary (gaming) desktop PC, which as i stated i want to run windows o
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