You currently see a drive that is slightly faster than a normal one, with the capacity of both. If either HDD fails you'll lose all the data (on both). RAID0.|
The alternative is a slightly slower (write, read may be a bit faster but not up to RAID0 speed), wiht the capacity of one drive. If either HDD fails it doesn't matter, the other one has you covered. RAID1.
#6472551, By Shivoa RAID0 noob question
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