What is the largest usable Raid 0 boot size?

jabberwoccky70

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#1
I know this is probly a question asked before, but I have two 1.5tb drives I would like to set up in RAID 0. What is the largest size RAID 0 Windows 7 Home Premuim will support for a boot?
 


jabberwoccky70

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#3
Just to clarify, I can use the 2 x 1.5tb as a 3tb boot drive? Sorry to be redundant, but Im about to spend money on either a external storage harddrive, or two new harddrive to use in a Raid, so I have to be sure.
 


zvit

Honorable Member
#4
You can run it as a regular drive. As a boot drive, I can check if there is a 2TB limit for booting but I need to know the model and make of your motherboard.
 


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jabberwoccky70

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#5
thank you, Zvit. Im going to just get the external drive, and then put my other two in a Raid 0
 


zvit

Honorable Member
#6
Read my previous post. I edited it.
 


jabberwoccky70

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#7
I am running an Asus Crosshair IV formula, AMD 965 BE, 2x 1.5 segate sata 3.0gps, 2x 5870 ati, 1000w kingwin psu, creative fatality sound. watercooled

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Ps..yes I know i made a mistake with these drives...shoulda got sata 6.0, but maybe the Raid 0 will help
 


jabberwoccky70

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#9
*sigh* Well, thank you so much for the info. Maybe this will help others as well. I can generally find out info like this pretty fast, but I could not find this answer ANYWHERE. Thanks again.
 


zvit

Honorable Member
#10
With pleasure.
 


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