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Old 7th May 2009, 11:19   #1
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Default The RAID 0 SSD Report – Intel vs. RunCore

Today we will take a look at two of the fastest consumer solid state drives in RAID 0 arrays. The Intel X25-M has held the speed crown for many months and by pairing the Intel and Kingston X25-M with the latest firmware we will see just what the pair can do in RAID 0. The challenger features the new Indilinx controller that is quickly becoming the new standard in consumer grade SSD. RunCore sent us two 128GB drives from their new Pro IV line and let me tell you, these things are hella fast! Both sets of drives will be run on our lightning fast Areca 1231ML RAID controller. Let’s get right to the benchmarks!
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