I'm looking at a laptop that happens to have two mSATA ports, and I'm thinking of putting these two 240GB drive's in RAID 0 with how stupid cheap they are: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226321
But in looking for a hard drive for storage, I found this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822236642
So now I'm considering OS+storage on the latter WD drive, and a RAID 0 SSD setup...for...what? >.> I'll be getting into video editing, and I've heard a SSD RAID 0 setup could help speed things up - how true is that?
EDIT: I'm also seeing mention of using one SSD exclusively for cache/database files within Adobe suite programs - is that I good idea? Now I'm thinking 120GB boot/game drive, 240GB mSATA for current/editing files, 240GB mSATA for cache/database, and 1TB for storage. --- 1993 Saturn SL2 * Nexus 5 * Excite 7.7 * NX300 Slowly getting active on DeviantArt and YouTube...
#2Mogu_MoguPosted 3/29/2014 2:29:40 AM
I run two SSDs in RAID0 and it doesn't help my bootup time that I've noticed from when I was only doing one.
What it has helped me in that I've noticed is -Loading League of Legends (still doesn't help that I have to wait for everyone else). -Loading Diablo 3.
And that's about it, really. Everything else that I do I don't notice a speed increase at all but then again, I was never really benchmarking anything and these are just how I feel about it. --- In the chronicles of my life there is a legend in which I change 'history' into 'herstory'.