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Fit's high speed raid array pt.2

Discussion in 'Storage' started by Fitseries3, Mar 13, 2009.

  1. Fitseries3

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    so i scrapped the other idea becuase the cost was going to kill me.

    i jumped on a deal for these 2 OCZ solid series SSD's for $150 shipped. got them shipped express mail and had them the next day.

    now i know these are the slower of the OCZs but they are still faster than most if not all mechanical hdd's.

    here's some pics...


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    and how do they perform? VERY WELL! :D


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    now if you know me.... i can never get enough. i had to look around and jump on another one...

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    3x 30gb ssd's.... SO FAR!
     
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    Looks awesome man!:toast: How do these perform (single drive) compared to those Patriot V2's?
     
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    Fit, I think you're running out of ideas to make us all envious of you.
     
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    he'll find more, don't worry :laugh:


    FIT looks like you maxed out the HD tach software with the performance of those drives :roll:
     
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    hmmm... i will test that soon. i'd say very similar.

    nah... just trying to find cost effective ways to do things. i hate wasting money.

    i have a sweet mod/build planned for these drives here next week.
     
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    So many things to try, so many things to come....and so little time.....

    AND then there is Fit ;)
     
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    The price is outrageous for the performance. It looks like you're doing it again fit :toast:
     
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    keep in mind though... i dont need space like some people. theres guys that have 4,5,6,7,8 intel/mtron 80,128,160,256gb drives that cost them $800 each.

    THAT is fucking retarded.

    at least i found a deal on all my drives too. im not going to go out and spend full price on anything i dont have to.
     
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    Dang fits! That makes me want to grab two and raid0 them!!! Just gotta find the deals!

    Thanks Fits for showing us! I hope the single ssd test will be good!
     
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    Fits!

    I can haz a ESS ESS DEEE?

    Seriously though good numbers but quite expensive there bro.
     
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    HFS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    i CANNOT EXPLAIN HOW FAST THIS IS!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    OMFG.

    rahahahahha rahahahahhahahh


    ROFLMFAO!!!

    :roll:
     
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    ahhaah I know what you mean bro! :toast:
     
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    dont mind the spikes...

    i was installing TPU capture while the test was running.
     
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    Run ATTO hdd benchmark :D!
     
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    :D very nice

    my ocz 30gb Core 2 ssd gets 90mbps write and 162 mbps read,

    almost liner in scaling raid 0
     
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    That's pretty impressive, go Hard Drives!
     
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    good lord! I'm waiting for them to be back in stock at amazon.com so I can buy other one! :(
     
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    So, if they scale that linearly on write speeds, we can expect 150-160MB write speeds out of 2 of them. Not too bad.
     
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