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RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 10 and RAID 5: how do they actually work?

4 April 2013 - 05:58
RAID configurations are a way to combine hard disks or SSDs for better performance or for safety measures so you don't lose data should one or more disks fail. Today we are taking a closer look at how RAID exactly works.

RAID 0, 1 and 5 step-by-step

18 August 2006 - 19:40
Over the last few years the technology for Personal Computers (PC’s) has improved massively year on year. Processors, graphics chips and memory have all become faster, but one of the most important parts of the PC, the hard disk, has not really taken a leap in performance. Because of this more and more home users are turning to a form of RAID (Redundant Array of Inexp...

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Areca ARC-1231ML
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HighPoint RocketRAID 3522
PCI-Express x8 SATA

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3ware 9550SXU-8LP
PCI-X SATA

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3ware 9550SXU-8LP/SGL
PCI-X SATA

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3ware 9650SE-4LPML/SGL
PCI-Express x4 SATA

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Adaptec AAR-1430SA-KIT
PCI SATA

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Adaptec ASC-29160N
PCI SCSI

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Adaptec ASR-2130SLP-SGL/256
PCI-X SCSI

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Adaptec RAID 1225SA
PCI-Express x1 SATA

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Areca ARC-1680LP
SAS

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Atto ExpressSAS R608 + Cache Assure

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Dawicontrol DC-5200 RAID
SATA £51.60

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Delock 4-Port mSATA

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HP Smart Array E200/64MB
PCI-Express x4 SAS

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HP Smart Array P400i/256MB
PCI-Express x8 SAS

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HighPoint RocketRAID 1640
PCI SATA

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Intel SRCSAS18E
PCI-Express x8 SAS

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Promise FastTrak TX2650
PCI-Express x1 SAS

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Promise SuperTrak EX12350
PCI-Express x8 SATA

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SIIG SC-SAE212-S2
PCI-Express x1 SATA

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3ware 9550SXU-4LP/SGL
PCI-X SATA

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3ware 9550SXU-8LP/KIT
PCI-X SATA

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3ware 9650SE-2LP/SGL
PCI SATA

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3ware 9650SE-4LPML
SATA

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ASRock SATA3 Card
SATA

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Adaptec 6805E

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Adaptec 7085H

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Adaptec 7805 SGL

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Adaptec 78165S

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Adaptec 8885

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Adaptec ASC-29160
PCI SCSI

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Adaptec ASC-29160-SGL
PCI SCSI

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Adaptec ASC-29160N-SGL
PCI SCSI

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Adaptec ASR-3085-SGL/256
PCI-Express x8 SAS

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Adaptec ASR-31205-SGL/256
PCI-Express x8 SAS

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Adaptec RAID 4800SAS
PCI-X SAS

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Adaptec RAID 4805SAS/128MB
SAS

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Adaptec RAID 5405Z SGL/512
SAS £568.00

Avg. £568.00
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Adaptec RAID 5805Z SGL/512 SATA/SAS
SAS

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Areca ARC-1213-4X

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Areca ARC-1300IX-16
PCI-Express x4 SAS

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Areca ARC-1882ix-24

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Atto EXpressPCI-X UL4S
PCI-X SCSI

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Atto ExpressSAS H60F

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Dawicontrol DC-154
PCI SATA

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Dawicontrol DC-2976 UW

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PCI SATA £50.99

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Dawicontrol DC-4320 RAID
PCI-X SATA

Storage controller reviews


RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 10 and RAID 5: how do they actually work?

4 April 2013 - 05:58
RAID configurations are a way to combine hard disks or SSDs for better performance or for safety measures so you don't lose data should one or more disks fail. Today we are taking a closer look at how RAID exactly works.

RAID 0, 1 and 5 step-by-step

18 August 2006 - 19:40
Over the last few years the technology for Personal Computers (PC’s) has improved massively year on year. Processors, graphics chips and memory have all become faster, but one of the most important parts of the PC, the hard disk, has not really taken a leap in performance. Because of this more and more home users are turning to a form of RAID (Redundant Array of Inexp...

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Intel: two more Thunderbolt controllers this year

7 January 2013 - 10:36
Fudzilla reports that Intel is currently working on two more Thunderbolt controllers. The current controllers feature the Port Ridge 2210 chip, which, with a TDP of 0.7 watts, is the most efficient chip available. Unfortunately, its performance is limited to just 10 Gbit/s. The new Cactus Ridge 4C 3510 controller supports four Thunderbolt data channels, as well as Di...

PCI-Express 3.0 raid controllers by Adaptec

7 September 2012 - 15:06
Adaptec has launched a new line of raid controllers based on the PCI-Express 3.0 interface. The cards are part of the Series 7 family and have (dependent on the model) 8, 16, or 25 SATA/SAS 6 Gbps connectors. Thanks to a new controller chip, the performance has improved significantly, especially during the processing of numerous small files. Adaptec claims that its ne...


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