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It is at copying that the Highpoint suddenly recalled that RAID10 is supposed to be faster than RAID1. The results are only good with very large files, though. As for the Promise, RAID10 is the only array type that works normally on it.

The Highpoint goes ahead on large files with RAID0, but the Promise is almost as fast as the Highpoint on small files.

We’ve got miracles again with RAID: the degraded arrays are incredibly fast (it is because the ordinary arrays are fantastically slow, of course). This time the Highpoint shows such miracles together with the Promise.

More miracles with RAID6. And the Promise is more miraculous than the Highpoint.

The standings do not differ when we copy from one partition into another, and there are the same odd results with RAID5 and RAID6 arrays.

 
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