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comparing my ssd with raid0

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    I just set up a new pc (see system specs) and a buddy of mine was curious to see how the raid0 speed was on my 2x320Gb hdd so I ran crystal disk mark and compared it to the ssd. What do you guys think? I'm kinda new to crystal disk mark so not sure if these are good numbers?

    SSD OCZ Agility 3 60gb
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    2x320gb raid0
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    Not bad. Not bad at all.
     
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    It's not terrible,but at the same time not amazing either :)
     
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    So lets say I haven't been keeping up with PC benchmarks for a couple of years, what are some other benches I could run? Not really looking for gpu benchmarks as I don't have one yet :/
     
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    Fritz Chess Geekbench Sciencemark(but it's old) Wprime MaxxMEM
     
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    Thanks Jr! I've got some downloading to do...I am pleased with the raid0 speed I was able to install office07 sweet in a few minutes not to bad!
     
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    Ill play with that tomorrow! Nap time!
     
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    How about SSD, RAID-0, and TRIM? With a pair of Force GTs your SATA 6gb controller very well could become the bottleneck. (This was done while my system was installing Windows updates.)

    I have a RAID-5 of 3x1tb drives that usually tops out at 180mb/s. I don't have an image on hand for that one though. (Write is about 33-40% slower in RAID-5, but that is what you get for redundancy.)

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    Use the ATTO benchmark.
    http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/1749/ATTO Disk Benchmark v2.46.html
     
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