Setting up raid 0

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Setting up raid 0

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  1. Ali Abdullah
    Hi, RAID comes in a number of flavors--or levels--that offer data protection, enhanced hard-drive performance, or both. In addition to the seven core levels of RAID (RAID 0 through RAID 6), you'll encounter a slew of variants and combinations. Following are the RAID levels you'll find on affordable, consumer-level RAID adapters. RAID 0: This setup increases hard-drive performance by spreading, or striping, data over two drives so that it can be read and written more quickly. Unfortunately, such an array provides no data protection--in fact, it actually increases the chances of data loss since the failure of any one drive in the array results in the loss of all data stored on both drives. RAID 0 setups are standard on high-end gaming and graphics PCs, and provide a measurable albeit modest performance boost for games, graphics applications, and other hard-disk-intensive programs. Thanks

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