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  1. ok, sorry for the wrong post in the thread, i'll do it again hello guys, first of all, very nice article, but i think i'm missing something, in a 3-drive (160GB segate) RAID5 array (nForce570 ultra) i can only write with an average of ~3MB/s on my drive! - made my raid5 stripe size 32k - did the partition offset (3 partitions: the first is shifted @ 2048 sectors instead of 63, the second is booting my xp, and the third holding my data) - resized my NTFS cluster to 64k i mean i see no difference between my old array and this new one using HD Tune ...
  2. ok, sorry for the wrong post in the thread, i'll do it again hello guys, first of all, very nice article, but i think i'm missing something, in a 3-drive (160GB segate) RAID5 array (nForce570 ultra) i can only write with an average of ~3MB/s on my drive! - made my raid5 stripe size 32k - did the partition offset (3 partitions: the first is shifted @ 2048 sectors instead of 63, the second is booting my xp, and the third holding my data) - resized my NTFS cluster to 64k i mean i see no difference between my old array and this new one using HD Tune ...
  3. hello guys, first of all, very nice article, but i think i'm missing something, in a 3-drive (160GB segate) RAID5 array (nForce570 ultra) i can only write with an average of ~3MB/s on my drive! - made my raid5 stripe size 32k - did the partition offset (3 partitions: the first is shifted @ 2048 sectors instead of 63, the second is booting my xp, and the third holding my data) - resized my NTFS cluster to 64k i mean i see no difference between my old array and this new one using HD Tune ...