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Old 05-15-2009, 01:40 PM
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I am planning to purchase 2 P256 SSD's in a Raid 0 configuration in a Nvidia 790 SlI MB-Vista 64.Any issues I should be aware of before setting up?
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No none that I know of and I think you will be amazed at the performance.
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My brother has an Nvidia 790 board and doesn't have any compatibility problems. However, I see that you're going to use Raid0. Be aware that the Nvidia chipsets cap out around 300MB/s bandwidth. I previously had a 680i board and I had to upgrade to get any benefit out of my 3rd SSD in my Raid0 config.

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