As the title states. First a background on my situation. I was running 2x80GB hard drives for some time now in RAID-0 which I had my OS and other various apps on. Stripe size was 128k. On my old evga board that I had, I could move 13GB of data in less than 3 minutes becuase of this. (software raid) But now that I am on my DFI board, I really dont see any major differences. Moving files just doesnt seem to be as quick. I built my brother a new computer the other day. Basically used parts from his previous build (case, opticals, hdd's) things like that. What I didnt realize is that my brother has one IDE hdd and one SATA 80GB. The sata contained his games and his backup for when I had to format the computer. So I could not format that drive. What I ended up doing since my old EVGA 680i board only has one IDE connector on it for the optical's, I had to pull an 80GB hdd out of my RAID array to give to him to get his computer up and running. So I ended up ordering another 80GB hdd to replace the one I took out of my computer. (Still following me?) Then I got to thinking about it (ordering the hdd) and before I could cancel the order, it was already shipped. So here it is sitting in the box behind me unopened wondering what I should do with it. I have 3 computers that I want to sell and out of the three computers, one is a complete computer minus a hard drive and video card. If I throw in that 80GB hdd in that computer, I am still missing a video card. My brother wants RAID-0 on his computer so should I just sell the drive to him? Or do I continue using RAID-0 myself on my computer. (currently not running a RAID array) Some insight would be greatly appreciated guys. Thanks!