GeckoS wrote:I found Intel Z270 Chipset with RAID support so does my installation need driver for Z270?
If you do decide against RAID0, you can always just mount the second drive wherever you need the capacity, or use another RAID layout that improves reliability. No real need to replace them either way.GeckoS wrote:Thank you Steve_v for this helpful information. Now I'm not sure if it was good idea buying two smaller-capacity M.2 drives instead of one bigger. I must consider which way to go - use software RAID or replace them with one bigger as I think I can still go that way.
GeckoS wrote: I've been using fakeraid since some time with good effect that's why I'm in favor of this solution even if I'm sacrificing security of my data.
GeckoS wrote:I have another option to go - write to people who are working on development of Debian to include drivers for this kind of hardware I have as it will become more and more popular.
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