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    SSD RAID0 RoundUp 2012: RAID0 strikes back

    Hello again everybody,

    After 6 months from the "SSD RoundUp 2012: Battle for the Middle Earth" we have a new round up with RAID0 and TRIM on the following drives:

    Samsung 830 128GB
    OCZ Vertex 4 128GB
    Kingston HyperX 120GB
    Plextor M5 Pro 128GB

    Yes! I know that again everything is in Greek! but look the charts

    Enjoy it
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    Greek?! It’s even more intricate than my language Portuguese!! Lol

    The charts speak for themselves, great comparative review, thanks.

    As an obs, I found that an 830 raid, with an 128K stripe size, gives a better performance in AS SSD with both caches active in Intel Controller and only one in W7:


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    BTW, I’m using IRST 11.6.0.1030 driver mod by Fernando in an X79 platform.
    Thanks Goril.
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    Very good read there , well done and very useful information thank you

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    I cannot see any diagrams in the review with Firefox and Internet Explorer.

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    Nope, they are fancy Flash embeds rather than simple images. For me, NoScript strips them out. A triumph of cleverness over web design, unfortunately. :/
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    Nice thread !!!

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    Is it possible to get PCmark scores? I find PCMark is the best one at measuring real world performance. AS SSD not as much.
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    idk it's all greek to me..
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    I would like to see it compared to 2xM4 256gb each. Thanks for the review.
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