Home Tags Raid 0

Tag: raid 0

0

LSI 9211-8i SAS 2008 8x SSD in RAID 0 Bug and...

I have been doing a bit of testing recently with the LSI SAS 2008 based controllers such as the 9211-8i in RAID 0 with...

Intel ICH10R: 660MB/s SATA Limit Fact or Fiction?

One recent contact form question was regarding the alleged 660MB/s limitation on the Intel ICH10R chipset (also known as the 82801JR I/O controller), especially...

Windows Dynamic Disk RAID 0 versus Intel ICH10R RAID 0 with...

Recently, I updated the benchmark numbers on this site to include an Intel X25-M G2 80GB but alluded to having two drives free. Instead...

Mixing 7,200rpm and 5,400rpm “Green” hard drives in RAID 0

The question of whether or not one can mix 7,200rpm hard drives with 5,400rpm (5,900rpm or other speed) "green" drives in RAID is one...

The RAID Reliability Anthology – Part 1 – The Primer

Explaining the reliability of RAID levels 0, 1, 10, 5, 6, 50, 60, and RAID-Z3 in terms of MTTDL and gives a primer on advantages and disadvantages.

Intel X25-V 40GB Raid 0 Benchmarks

The Intel X25-V 40GB drive is well known to be one of, if not the best low-cost SSD on the market at the moment. The...

OCZ Agility 2 120GB SandForce SSD Review

OCZ's Agility 2 120GB is a new generation of drive based on the SandForce SF-1200 controller. Unlike the OCZ Vertex LE and OCZ Vertex...

Patriot PS-100 Benchmark Update New Firmware v3.000

The Patriot PS-100 32GB continues to be a very low cost SSD after rebates. I purchased two of the drives early on and did...

Add 2TB+ GPT Disk/Volume to Windows Home Server v2 VAIL

Windows Home Server v1 (WHS) was limited to using 2TB Master Boot Record (MBR) partitions in its storage pool, but the public preview of Windows Home...

WHS Drive Extender v2 Dissected at Anandtech

A quick browse of Anandtech.com shows a nice dissection of WHS Drive Extender v2. The review goes into changes from Drive Extender v1, the way NTFS...

Latest Reviews

AMD EPYC And Xeon Scalable In Trays

AMD EPYC 7351P Single Socket CPU Linux Benchmarks and Review

Our AMD EPYC 7351P linux benchmarks and review includes a comparison to other AMD EPYC CPUs under $1000 and the entire Intel Xeon Silver line
Oracle SPARC M8 Processor

Oracle SPARC M8 released with 32 cores 256 threads 5.0GHz

The new Oracle SPARC M8 has 32 cores, 256 threads, a 5.0GHz maximum clock speed and hardware crypto, compression, and SQL on Chip accelerators
Intel Xeon Silver 4114 Chip

Intel Xeon Silver 4114 Linux Benchmarks and Review

We have Linux benchmarks and a review of the Intel Xeon Silver 4114 10 core / 20 thread CPU and comparisons to older gens, dual Xeon Silver and AMD EPYC