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Corsair Force GT SATA 3 RAID 0 Performance

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Intel has implemented software RAID (it installs automatically when one installs their SATA drivers in Windows), so no need to set RAID mode for the SATA controller in BIOS.

 

Intel Rapid Storage

The Intel Rapid Storage technology supported allows you to create a RAID 0 and RAID 1 set using only two identical hard disk drives.

The Intel Rapid Storage technology creates two partitions on each hard disk drive to create a virtual RAID 0 and RAID 1 sets.

This technology also allows you to change the hard disk drive partition size without losing any data.

 

Wouldn't that circumvent the "no TRIM in RAID0" issue? Or does it bring new limitations with it?

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It isn't bootable and it doesn't pass the trim commands to the disks. It doesn't fix anything.

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