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SOLVED RAID 0 Question.

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[email protected]

Apr 7, 2016
The question is : Can i Raid 2 HDD's with RAID 0 but not my SSD?
I mean i want to RAID two HDD's but want to keep the SSD not RAID'ed.
The HDD's are 500GB and the SSD is 128GB.
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Beamed Me Up!
Jun 9, 2013
That's fine. Just make sure you select the right drives when you make your array.


Western Digital Representative
Jul 30, 2014
Hi @[email protected]!

You can do that and create a RAID with your hard disks while keeping the SSD as a primary boot drive. Just enable RAID from your motherboard BIOS first and then you create the RAID array through your motherboard. Just remember to backup your most important data regularly because RAID 0 doesn't offer any redundancy so if one of the drives fails you'll lose all the data stored on the array.

Hope this helps and feel free to ask any questions you may have.

Cheers! :)