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    Two gen 3 M.2 Optane drives in raid zero VROC then a single gen 3 AIC P4800X optane drive, note the change in the 4K speeds. If I seperate the two in raid0 they look more like the second example.

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  2. #12
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    As soon as I saw that my high speed numbers where not where they needed to be i looked no further. I separated the drives and most likely remove one of the 2TB drives and install it on the razer blade (where i had it originally but wanted to try raid 0 on the PCIe gen 4.).

    Thanks for this reply. My goal is to have the fastest reboot possible (fast startup doesn't count). Sometimes when I am working i have to restart and i need the laptop back up quick. Among other things i do that are so beneficial just to have it be a little quicker.

    The I9-11900H is nice like it. Huge improvement over the i7-9750h from the razer blade (too throttled).
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    I am still wondering, even with the slight penalty in write speeds, if its overall beneficial to have a single 4tb drive as opposed to 2 of them.
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