That's easy, if you look at the benchmarks you can see that... oh, wait, we need the benchmarks first.Please elaborate why RAID 0 + SSD is a good thing.
That's just an opinion. It needs actual benchmarks to know instead of suspecting.Raid 0 on these ssd with desktop cpu will be a disaster.
RAID 0 (striping) means increasing the chance of failure for each drive you add. 2x drives have double the chance of a failure of one, 3 drives have triple chance etc. Striping only needs one failure to fubar the whole partition.Is time to benchmark one large M.2 SSD against 2 half size in RAID 0
I don't know about you, but I use my system for doing things, not looking at artificial benchmark numbers.That's easy, if you look at the benchmarks you can see that... oh, wait, we need the benchmarks first.
That's just an opinion. It needs actual benchmarks to know instead of suspecting.
You can be wrong, or right, but on any case, we need the benchmarks to know how much wrong or right you are.
And no, you cannot point at older benchmarks with older hardware.
No, I'm NOT saying he is wrong for wanting more data.Chalabam. He's simply saying there is no data anywhere for running SSD drives in RAID. Everyone immediately jumps on his case stating "there's no benefit blah blah blah".
The guy just asked for some data. You stated he is wrong for wanting data.
Wanting more data is never wrong.
The referenced WD:OR, buy a 4TB from Amazon for $200: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BN5WXP8R?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details