My Abit bx133-raid seems to work well with one single Samsung SP1213N\n120G, 8 MB cache at the HPT controller, and DiskSpeed32 says 52 MB/s\naveragespeed, 8,6ms access (Win 98, Celeron at 1.1GHz, 3 x 256 MB\nsdram Infinion 222).\n\nNo real problem at the moment, but some questions, thank you in\nadvance:\n\n- Bios is now ber72, the HPT-Bios is 201024. Drivers are 201019.\nObviously I had mixed a little, but ist seems to work. Any reason to\nchange to the Bios "z72a"?\n\n- Can I expect really more speed by the use oft two Samsung SP HDs as\nRaid 0, or are there any limitations from chipset or possible overall\ntransfer or effects by the 8 MB cache of the newer Samsung HDs?\n\n- When I first installed the new Samsung 120 G as a second Master of\nthe HighPoint controller to copy from the old 20 G Maxtor the transfer\nwas very slow. Is it a problem of such transfers between the channels\nof the HPT, or is Windows 98 sometimes so poor?\n\n- And a question about the capacitors: are the known problems with\nthat capacitors related to current and temperature, and would a\nreplacement of the CPU by a piii mean an additional risk for that\ncaps? Or can I hope that the capacitors come from a better source as\nthey made no problems til today?