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  03 March 2010
How to optimize HDs for AE

Some could help me to find these informations (i am almost sure i read this here at forum or at Adobe doc, but i am not able to find now...)?

An HD system to AE work with excelence should has:

(a) an HD exclusive for the operational system and cache
(b) another HD (or could be just a partition) to save the projects
(c) some other HDs in RAID 0 to keep the footage, specially video.

Is this so? Or am i being very rigid? Couldnt the projects be stored in a partition at disk array?

Another questions about HDs:

(d) would i have some benefit to put not just two, but four hds in the RAID 0 to store video?
(e) would i get some gain using conventional 7200rpm hds but with 64mb cache?
(f) any benefit to get a appropriated motherboard to new HD SATA 6Gbs interface?

The main point is:
how can i configure the system disks to run VIDEO without lags or any kind of problem?

Thanks in advanced.
 
  03 March 2010
Sorry for insist, but it would be welcomed any answer to just the following question:

<<(d) would i have some benefit to put not just two, but four hds in the RAID 0 to store video?>>

Thanks in advanced.
 
  03 March 2010
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