Does a hard drive configuration exist where the computer would see 2 identical drives as one, and when the data was sent to the drive controller, the controller would write every other data bit to each drive? And so when it read form the drives, it would theoretically double read/write speed? This probably require a much faster southbridge link to the northbridge. Though it seems like the PCI-X architecture could handle a much faster controller.
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