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  1. The prices of older SATA SSD have really gone down now. I have a RAID-1 of 2x 3TB HDDs as scratch storage for Steam games, mp3s, ripped movies etc I am not even getting close to 1TB - lot's of games installed that I haven't played for a couple of years so I could go even lower, but 1TB is a convenient size where I won't have to worry about what to keep. I am really tempted to get 2 x 'cheap' 500GB drives and RAID-0 them. Currently 2 480/500/512GB drives are actually cheaper than a single 1TB one and you get better performance (and way better than HDDs) I'm not too worried about losing data as I can re download most of the data and for the rest it is backed up in 3 other places. Altogether it seem like a no-brainer to go ahead and do it. Any downsides to this? Obviously with m2 SSD already available this is not very future proof, but to get advantage of m2, I would need to change the motherboard and the CPU etc so not really feasible.