Hi all, If I install FOUR SSDs in my Mac Pro and configure them in RAID, what's the theoretical max throughput I could expect? I understand the 300MB/sec limit of SATA-II - so does that mean 4 disks will each theoretically have 300MB/sec, with a combined theoretical total of 1200MB/sec? I'm considering installing an OWC Accelsior 240GB PCI SSD Card as my boot drive, then running 4 x 120GB SATA-II SSD's as my main projects/work volume raided together. Anyone else done a 4-way SSD RAID 0 internally here? ---------- It appears I should have searched first, looks like 650MB/sec is the max speed I can get. http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1400474 I already have 2 x Vertex 2 120GB in a RAID 0 stripe, and I only get about 300MB/sec from that. So I assume 4 drives will get close to saturation? ---------- Considering the above, it may be better to simply buy two OWC Eccelsior PCI SSD cards. One for OS/Apps, and another, 480GB one for data storage/files. 800MB/sec on both. PS I do everything from Video Editing, Audio Engineering, Web Development, Graphic Design etc. Specs of my machine in my sig.