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Subject: Re: A simple way to transfer photos from your phone to Windows without installing anything on either
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In article <p753da$hhq$1@dont-email.me>, Paul<nospam@needed.invalid>
wrote:

> With an Areca card and multiple HDD disks in Raid0, you can hit
> 2GB/sec sustained. 

that's not particularly good, particularly since single ssds are faster.

> The cards handle RAID5 (which needs XOR) as well as RAID0

raid 5 is dangerous with high capacity drives. do not use.

> I still haven't figured out what technical endeavor NVMe
> was invented for,

because it isn't bottlenecked by sata.

> and the speed isn't always well matched
> by the rest of the computer. 

then the rest of the computer isn't very good.