What is RAID 0?
RAID 0 is also called Stripe or Striping; it represents the highest level of storage performance. Unlike other levels of RAID arrays, Raid 0 provides no data redundancy and it disperses data across two or more hard disks uniformly. In most cases, people use RAID 0 to improve disk performance or to combine two small physical disks into a larger logical one.
One can make a RAID 0 out of two or more disks of differing sizes. The total storage space of RAID 0 is determined by the size of the smallest disk. For instance, when a 300 GB disk is striped together with a 500 GB disk, the total size of the RAID 0 array will be 600 GB (300×2).
RAID 0 drive backup software
RAID 0 uses striping to write and store data through several disks synchronously, suppose you write 3 GB file onto your RAID 0 which is created by 3 disks, then, 1 GB of file is written to each disk simultaneously. The function of writing and reading through multiple disks would absolutely improve the performance of computer, but RAID 0 provides no solutions to protect the security of data, and all of the data in RAID 0 will be lost if any one of those disks fails. Just because of this, we strongly advise you to download and install a professional backup software to backup those valuable data from your RAID 0 in advance.