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LSI 9265-8i 6Gbps MegaRAID Card RAID 5 Tested! - The 9265 & 8 Micron C300 SSDs Review

Posted on Friday, April 29 2011 @ 12:37:58 CEST by


Welcome to our follow up of the LSI 9265-8i MegaRAID Card, an eight-port PCI Express SATA+SAS RAID Controller that is configured for 6Gb/s devices. Our first LSI review concentrated on RAID 0 speed and performance and the response prompted our further testing of the LSI in a RAID 5 environment. Take a look as we explore the in-depth the performance of the 9265 as it tackles an array of 8 solid state drives.

RAID 0 is the 'big dog' when it comes to flat out performance. In previous generation RAID cards, the maximum sequential throughput and random I/O would make it impossible to match the speed of RAID 0 with a RAID 5 setup. The stage is changing, however, as the dual core ROC LSI2208 of the the 9265 raises RAID 5 performance to new levels.




Link: The SSD Review

LSI 9265-8i 6Gbps MegaRAID Card RAID 5 Tested! - The 9265 & 8 Micron C300 SSDs







 

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