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    Question on Raid 0 on Windows 10 (230k reps)

    So I have a new PC coming and never bothered setting up raid since my laptop's drives are ssd/hdd and didn't have a need.

    I have an M.2 drive that will have the OS and be the boot drive, then I am adding two 1tb SSDs that I want to set for Raid 0. Every guide I have found does not cover this, they assume you are adding one additional drive and setting it to Raid with your current OS drive.

    Anyone able to tell me if I can set the 2 new SSDs to Raid 0 in Windows 10 without effecting my OS drive?
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    Disk Management -> Right click a drive -> new striped volume

    Should ask you which other drive to stripe (i cant test as my drives are already in use and not freshly formatted) just don't click your boot/os drive.
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    Out of curiosity, why are you going with Raid 0 for your SSDs? I imagine they are fast enough as is for most uses, without the need for raid 0.
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    Originally Posted by dcbone30 View Post
    Disk Management -> Right click a drive -> new striped volume

    Should ask you which other drive to stripe (i cant test as my drives are already in use and not freshly formatted) just don't click your boot/os drive.
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    Originally Posted by whitepaper View Post
    Out of curiosity, why are you going with Raid 0 for your SSDs? I imagine they are fast enough as is for
    most uses, without the need for raid 0.
    All about speed, and they will be for storing games mostly, I have a 10tb external for 'junk' files like movies and other things that do not need high read rates.
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