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So I purchased new SSD's for my Desktop!

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Raiding a SSD will do almost nothing... You would of gone better with just getting a regular SSD with 512gb and saving $60.

 

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Yes it does, the SSD performance is bottlenecked by the SATA interface limited at 6gbit/sec. So now that I have two, I have transfer almost twice data thu 2 SATA interfaces at once.

 

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Yes it does, the SSD performance is bottlenecked by the SATA interface limited at 6gbit/sec. So now that I have two, I have transfer almost twice data thu 2 SATA interfaces at once.

 

 

 

They're a funny thing, SSD benchmarks. You can run synthetics all day long and create these unrealistically demanding workloads that make solid-state storage look one way. Then, you can tinker around with real-world metrics that paint another picture entirely.

For enthusiasts, the truth often lies somewhere in between. A majority of the tasks we perform do tend to involve basic operations like opening Web browsers, editing images, composing email, and watching video. But sometimes we do need big performance from our systems: compiling a big project, moving tens of gigabytes of media files, or capturing uncompressed AVIs for FCAT analysis. In those instances, you want responsiveness on demand.

As we expected, twin SSDs in RAID 0 post phenomenal numbers when we hammer them with sequential reads and writes. Twin 256 GB 840 Pros nearly hit 1 GB/s in both disciplines. Largely as a result of the SATA 6Gb/s interface, single drives max out at a little more than half of those numbers.

 

You're never ever going to hit no hard you try for normal usage.

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