Probably on low band...
I have the BETA for Windows x64, I tried it out on a computer I built a while ago just for fun, it was all right, didn't notice much difference between it and 32 bit XP, but then again I was only using 32 bit applications so that was probably why.
when you raid 2 hds in raid0 does it only show up as 1 hd? if so can i partition the split up hds so my os will be split into 2 pieces? i want to have fast load times for my os but i want to be able to reformat the hds without loosing the os
RAID 0 uses two hard drives and formats them so they appear as one. You can still easily partition any RAID however.
Say you have two 36GB Raptor drives, which will give you about 70GB of space. You partition it into C and D drives, making C 20GB and D 50GB. Each Raptor drive will account for half the space of each partition. Therefore you can format one partition without losing the data on the other.