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Question about raid 0

Hello, i was wondering if anyone know if a raid 0 setup with 2 crucial mx200 250gb and 1 mx500 250gb in raid 0 or will the last disk make problems for the raid since  its not exactley the same disk ?

 

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Opti

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While it is possible to do it with different models it is not advised.

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2 minutes ago, Optimize said:

Hello, i was wondering if anyone know if a raid 0 setup with 2 crucial mx200 250gb and 1 mx500 250gb in raid 0 or will the last disk make problems for the raid since  its not exactley the same disk ?

 

Regards

Opti

It's not RAID, as there is no redundancy. Using "raid" 0 is asking...begging, for trouble.

You will not see any performance increase.

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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11 minutes ago, Radium_Angel said:

You will not see any performance increase.

wat

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10 minutes ago, Radium_Angel said:

It's not RAID, as there is no redundancy. Using "raid" 0 is asking...begging, for trouble.

You will not see any performance increase.

While Redundancy is in the Name a RAID 0 still specifies as a RAID.

Further you will see a significant performace increase withe the read write speed speeds as RAID 0 ist optimized for that

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10 minutes ago, Radium_Angel said:

It's not RAID, as there is no redundancy. Using "raid" 0 is asking...begging, for trouble.

You will not see any performance increase.

RAID 0 is a form of RAID, but technically isn't. We call it RAID 0 because it's easier than saying "two storage devices set up to appear and act as one drive with higher storage capacity".

 

OP: You can use those drives in RAID 0, but it isn't advised to use different models. Also, don't store anything important on a RAID 0 array. If one drive fails, all your data goes with it.

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29 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

RAID 0 is a form of RAID, but technically isn't. We call it RAID 0 because it's easier than saying "two storage devices set up to appear and act as one drive with higher storage capacity".

 

OP: You can use those drives in RAID 0, but it isn't advised to use different models. Also, don't store anything important on a RAID 0 array. If one drive fails, all your data goes with it.

Thank you for a proper answer ;), thats what i tought my self 

 

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53 minutes ago, FSopDesigns said:

While Redundancy is in the Name a RAID 0 still specifies as a RAID.

Further you will see a significant performace increase withe the read write speed speeds as RAID 0 ist optimized for that

 

53 minutes ago, gnomik said:

 

wat

 

Brain death, I was still thinking spinner drives from a post I read earlier...

SSDs and PCIe NVME of course will, but at risk....

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3 minutes ago, Radium_Angel said:

 

 

Brain death, I was still thinking spinner drives from a post I read earlier...

SSDs and PCIe NVME of course will, but at risk....

Even with spinning discs you get a performance improvement when you put them in a raid 0 compared to them operating on their own

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Just now, FSopDesigns said:

Even with spinning discs you get a performance improvement when you put them in a raid 0 compared to them operating on their own

It depends on the drives and the interface. IDE not so much. 

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20 minutes ago, Radium_Angel said:

 

 

Brain death, I was still thinking spinner drives from a post I read earlier...

SSDs and PCIe NVME of course will, but at risk....

Imo os on ssd raid 0 is completely fine. Since you dont really loose anything.

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56 minutes ago, gnomik said:

Imo os on ssd raid 0 is completely fine. Since you dont really loose anything.

This is true, but how many people follow that advice? Keep it just the OS and perhaps things like Steam...

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