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What RAID settings does G-RAID ship in?

The G-RAID ships in a RAID 0 (Stripe) configuration allowing for increased performance.

 

 

 

 

 


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Article ID: 71 Article Created: 11-29-2011 15:53 PMLast Modified: 11-30-2011 09:25 AM

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