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I am going to be doing a RAID 0 set up on my computer and wa

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I am going to be doing a RAID 0 set up on my computer and wanted a raid controller that is better than ones built into the motherboard but still isn't too expensive.

I found this one for a good price : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816150041

It has a Marvell 88SE9230 chipset but no on board memory. From my other standing it isn't a true hardware raid because of that but I was wondering if it was still good enough?

If not this raid card then do you have any other recommendations?
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>there are people who unironically use RAID0
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Don't buy new, raid cards don't die easily. http://www.ebay.com/itm/LSI-Internal-SATA-SAS-PCI-e-RAID-Controller-Card-SAS9211-8i-8-PORT-HBA-/111825536793?hash=item1a09524719:g:YhoAAOSwrklVEHVu

An old but also VASTLY better card than the one you found, 300$ off.
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>>51401433

Fuck Marvell. I would personally use an old 3ware or Areca card over Marvell any day.

RAID0 as your O/S is the greatest joy, ever.

So long as you have a RAID1 (or better) as a data array, you're gold.
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>>51401477
Does that support uefi?
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>>51401477
>>51401495
How is this card?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/3ware-Internal-9750-4i-SATA-SAS-6Gb-s-PCI-Express-2-0-w-512MB-Onboard-Card-/261953028736?hash=item3cfd9e0280:g:MjAAAOSwPcVVlWm3

Is it any better than that HBA one since it has a cache?
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>>51401697
bump
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>>51401495
>RAID0 as your O/S is the greatest joy, ever.
>So long as you have a RAID1 (or better) as a data array, you're gold.
You haven't lived until you've put an entire Linux server on RAID10 SATA III SSDs. Holy shitting fuck.
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>>51401996
What the fuck how much storage do you have 500gb would be 600 bucks out Something
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>>51402118
You get to play with the really fun toys working for a company with real space in a datacenter. My favorite config was 4x1TB Intel SSDs and a nice LSI or Adaptec card or mdadm RAID10.
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>>51401452
>there are people who don't understand that any inherent risk of RAID 0 can be mitigated entirely with a decent backup solution

go sperg somewhere else.
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>>51401697
Anyone? Should I get this one? How do I know if it will work with uefi?
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>>51401433
>>51401697
As a rule of thumb, any raid card under $300 is shit, ie. motherboard-integrated raid controller level of shit.
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