Now let’s check the situation with the write speed of our RAID array:
In case of RAID 0, the array shows its best performance with VIA VT6410 controller, which appears the most efficient this time. It yields a little bit to Promise 133Lite only during small data blocks processing. The latter, however, appears the slowest in case of large data blocks. The slowest write speed when processing small data blocks belongs to a disk array working with ITE IT8212F controller.
Maximum write speed of RAID 1 array is achieved with ITE IT8212F controller, however, at the same time this controller slows down a lot when processing small data blocks. VIA VT6410 controller helps our array show its maximum write speed with small data blocks, and the second best write speed with larger data blocks. Like in the previous case, Promise 133Lite controller loses to TX2000 as it comes to large data blocks writing.