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    Interesting article on Raid 5 Skyera: RAID 5 Kills SSD Arrays
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    Default Re: Use of Raid 5 Kills SSD arrays

    Why would you Raid5 with SSDs anyway? I get it for HDDs, but if you are going to RAID SSDs, 0/1/10 are IMO the only ones viable. While 0 is smart then back to traditional hdd...

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    Default Re: Use of Raid 5 Kills SSD arrays

    one SSD is enough for me add another one would be awesome, two SSD is Maximum.

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    Default Re: Use of Raid 5 Kills SSD arrays

    I have run SSD's in Raid 0 only. At this point I am waiting on the PCIe SSD's. They won't be limited to the 6GB/s bandwidth. If I were running mechanical drives in RAID, 5 is never considered

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    Default Re: Use of Raid 5 Kills SSD arrays

    mSata and PCIe are the best option, one ssd good option and raid 0 hdds nice one.

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    Default Re: Use of Raid 5 Kills SSD arrays

    But they claim their RAID-SE will improve durability of SSDs, not that I had worried about killing an SSD in any raid setup. Increasing performance and reliability to a drive that is already a quantum leap above HDDs sounds great.

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