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  1. #1
    May 2001

    Questions about todays SSD's?

    Been a very long time since I posted here. The system I am running is in my sig. I have a pair of Intel X-25M 80 gb SSD Raid 0. So my question is with the new SSD's is it worth running a pair in raid 0 now a days? I am in the process of building a new system

    Intel 4470k
    Asus Z97 Sabertooth Tuff
    32 gig ram haven't decided on which to buy yet.
    SSD waiting for info.
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    Intel Q9550 l eVGA NForce 780i SLI FTW l Corsair Dominator 8 gig PC2-8500 l 2 Palit GTX 560 Ti 2 GB SLI l 2 - Intel X-25M 80 gb SSD Raid 0 l WD 1 -2TB & 2 -1TB l On board sound l Antec TruePower Quattro TPQ-1200 1200W l Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit l 2 X Dell E248WFP 24" Monitors

  2. #2
    Apr 2013

    Re: Questions about todays SSD's?

    Well from a quick search I can tell you that the X-25M G2 had their IOPS at around 14k at a Queue depth of 32. The newer TLC 840 Samsung's with 250GB have nearly 30k at the same Queue depth.

    Not to mention you'll be nearly saturating all of the SATA III (I think the Samsung peaks at 500MB/s and the spec has a theoretical max of 600MB/s)

    TLDR: You are fine with one

  3. #3
    Mar 2003
    Central NJ

    Re: Questions about todays SSD's?

    Agreed, RAID 0 has always been a risk, and while you can get more performance out of them in RAID 0, the newest SSD's alone are probably as fast or faster as your current RAID 0 array with more capacity and none of the risk. That said, while you're saturating SATA 3, RAID 0 would allow you to take advantage of 2 links so you could get speeds above SATA 3 max for an array.

    Trust me, I do science
    My Hardware, Past and Present

  4. #4
    Nov 2005

    Re: Questions about todays SSD's?

    As for SSD's right now the only way to get above the SATA 3 max limit is to either put two SSD's in Raid 0, or get a PCI Express SSD card from what I've seen.

    I'm looking at getting one Samsung 120GB SSD for a new boot drive, and one or two more 250GB Samsung drives for games and other applications, this fall.

  5. #5
    Dec 2002
    Sunny South Florida

    Re: Questions about todays SSD's?

    The Samsung 840 pro (single) I have now is much faster than the 2 older SSD'S I had in Raid 0, much faster.....
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