RAID Done Right

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aarcane

If you want raid done right, research raidz and zfs for the ultimate in data integrity and only a minor compromise in speed

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H Allen

Get a HighPoint RocketRaid 3510.  In the big comparison test it came out on top.  And this was against two or three $1000+ cards. If you search you can find it for just over $300.

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vintagegold

Are there any other cards you can recommend for someone building a DIY NAS that won't require plunking down a grand just on the controller card? While it may provide awesome performance, the Adaptec RAID 31605 seems a bit cost prohibitive for most home users.

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yuri_in_seattle

There are many raid cards for IDE and SATA drives, with cost betweek 30 and 800 bucks.

i used 3ware and hy point cards for several years now. it works.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&Description=sata%20raid%20card&bop=And&Order=RATING

yuri

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soggybomb

When I was reading this, on the title bar it says "butters".

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Black Falcon

Pretty sure thats cause Butters does all the hard work uploading the stories to the site.

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