Why RAID 0, with M.2 drives?RAID 0, ive got 3 m.2 slots and 4 m.2 drives so i want to RAID to have 2 volumes
I want to RAID for another reason, i dont really care about the speedWhy RAID 0, with M.2 drives?
Apart from artificial benchmarks, you get zero actual performance gain.
In some cases, the RAID overhead makes it even slower.
Here is an older test of this:
I've not seen anything more recent that would refute the conclusions.
You are of course aware that so called RAID 0 isn't actually RAID? It violates the first requirement (Redundant). If a single drive fails so does the entire array. There is very little (if any at all) reason for any consumer level user to be running ANY version of RAID.