From: Man-wai Chang to The Door (33600bps) on 7 Jun 2010 07:43
Anyone compared their throughput and write speed in your own PC?
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From: willbill on 7 Jun 2010 23:30
Mon, 07 Jun 2010 19:43:12 +0800, "Man-wai Chang to The Door (33600bps)" <toylet.toylet(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Anyone compared their throughput and write speed in your own PC?
I tried a couple of raid cards this past 3 years for my home PC machines.
Not worth messing around with. Also takes a lot longer to boot.
And I don't see that changing anytime soon.
Also takes a lot longer to boot with a RAID card.
Use single hard drives (or at most two, up to 500GB (SATA), but as
separate drives, not RAID), coz they're easy to "back-up" (i.e. clone),
to a 500GB IDE that you temporarily plug in for the clone back-up.
Also, "back-up" is a tricky term. With cloning you are *always*
The only question is if it's from the internal to the temp
external drive, or from the temp external to the internal.