RAID-0: Data Striping (with no redundancy)
In RAID-0 mode, all drives will be combined into a single array of storage where the computers will see all the drives as one massive drive with combined capacity of all drives. For example, if two 80GB hard drives are used together under RAID-0, the system will have 160GB capacity. RAID 0 is also called data striping, where data will be segmented into blocks to allow quicker access to data.
Great read/write performance having two smaller-capacity drives work in parallel.
It is not fault-tolerant. If one of the hard drives in the array fails, the entire RAID array will be compromised.
Non-critical data storage requiring large capacity and fast write speed, such as audio/video streaming and editing, web servers, graphic design, and high-end gaming.