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Old 4th November 2004, 14:21   #1
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Default Epox makes noise about Raid 5

EPOX SAID that Raid 5 is very important and therefore it has made it available for two of their top model motherboards.
One of the key features of Raid 5 is its ability to combine Raid 0 and Raid 1 at the same time so you can combine mirroring and stripping with three drives only. With Raid 0+1 you need to use four drives.

Manufacturers advise to use three same sized drives if possible and Epox believes that drives donít cost that much anymore so that even small business can afford them. It's sure better to use Raid than to lose your data.

Epox is offering this feature for its 8KDA3+ Athlon 64 board and for 4PDA5+ Pentium 4 / Prescott motherboard.
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