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Old 07-25-2000, 12:28 AM
nuke nuke is offline
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Default Re: When is a RAID really a RAID? Will this increase track count?

Well, for the 001, a RAID isn't required at all. You'll get the full boat 24 track count on a single, fast ATA drive.

The bandwidth requirements for 24 tracks of audio aren't really a challenge for today's drives. A single 7200RPM ATA disk will be more than enough to do the job.

A RAID is different than round-robin allocation. In a RAID the drives are striped together and work as one single virtual disk drive.
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