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RAID controller roundup

Posted on Monday, April 28 2008 @ 09:25:47 CEST by

MaximumPC has compared ten RAID controllers, this includes two motherboard-based solutions, three host-based cards and five discrete cards.
A RAID array can be set up in one of two ways: You can use the controller that’s built into your motherboard’s chipset (if it includes one), which requires you to hook up your drives as normal and then edit a few BIOS settings, or purchase an external controller card, which boots its configuration menu before your operating system even loads.

Our mission is to test the performance of RAID setups using both low- and high-end RAID cards from five different manufacturers and compare those results against the performance of two common motherboard solutions. Once the dust settles, you’ll know which RAID controller will give you top performance and exactly what features you get for your buck!
Check it out over here.



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