While you are still not going to see a PC capable of an instant on, SSD RAID performance on Windows 7 in quite spectacular.  In their testing of the instant on capability [H]ard|OCP discovered that you are much better off with a single drive to get the fastest boot times.  The converse is true for those looking for the best performance once booted up, the more drives the better. Using an onboard Intel ICH10R Southbridge or a Highpoint RocketRAID 4310 RAID card, you are still going to see close to 700MB/s, with the RocketRAID holding the top spot.
“What can you expect when you get your new Windows 7 install working with those crisp new solid state hard drives? SSD drives are not what they used to be already. And just how is that Intel ICH10R chipset serving you?”

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