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    Default can i put them in raid 0

    Hello guys, i have a quastion about my ssd,s.

    i have a samsung 840 evo 250gb read 540/write 520
    And i have a samsung 840 250gb read 540/write 250

    can i put them together in raid 0.
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    Default Re: can i put them in raid 0

    Yes you can put them in Raid 0.
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    Default Re: can i put them in raid 0

    The raid's speed will scale to the slowest drive's performance levels, but both of them are quick anyways. You should do it.

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    Default Re: can i put them in raid 0

    Hell I would.

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    Default Re: can i put them in raid 0

    Given how small the speed gains would be due to limitations of the SATA channels, it seems having the extra space would be more worthwhile.

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    Default Re: can i put them in raid 0

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    Given how small the speed gains would be due to limitations of the SATA channels, it seems having the extra space would be more worthwhile.
    I agree

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    Default Re: can i put them in raid 0

    Go for it !

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