raid0 is stripping, gives faster read write times and spreads the 2 disks capacity into one drive. if one drive fails loose data on both.
raid1 is mirroring. same thing wrote to both hdds same speed as 1 and only get the space of one drive but if one drive fails the other is there with a immediate backup.
AMD x2 5000+ black edition at 3.3GHZ zalman cnps 9700-NT
Gigabyte GA-M57SLI-S4 motherboard
3072mb: OCZ ddr800 gold
2x 7800GTX in SLI for 20" viewsonic
OCZ 600watt power supply
- plug for my gfs site