You will be able to run each pair of SSD's in RAID0 or RAID1 mode, but I wouldn't buy a second SSD unless you switch to an up-to-date hardware system, which is able to fully support the performance capacity of the SSD's.m8st2ng wrote:Do you think if i buy an identical SSD drive it will work in raid?
I really doubt that, because your mainboard doesn't have SATA Controllers, which do support a clean IDE mode.i read in other forums that if i dont set up settings in sil3112a (as in raid) that controller treats it as a single drive (ide)?
No.does it matter if i connect the SSD on SATA_1 instead of SATA_0 (primary).
I would prefer the boot order setting [scsi/sata] and would choose the [scsi] as second boot device, but I am not sure about that. The "SCSI" settings may bring you the "safely remove hardware" option for your SSD.what settings should i use
boot order [sata/scsi] or [scsi/sata]
first boot [cd-rom]
second boot [hdd-0] or [scsi]
boot other devices ?
You can send the data sheet to firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:i stumbled onto the data sheet for the Silicon Image Sil3112a, it has vast info on timing, addresses, capabilities. Fernando 1 you should P.M. your email so i can send it to you, two minds are better than you, right? i have a lil background in machine language programming but that was for Motorola 68HC11 chip. anywho let me know if you are interested in taking a look.
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