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Default RAID0 speed?

do you think RAID0 would increase read/write speed on my box:

ad4: 238475MB <WDC WD2500KS-00MJB0 02.01C03> at ata2-master SATA150
and?
ad0: 152627MB <SAMSUNG SP1604N TM100-30> at ata0-master UDMA33

ad4 is connected on sata150 (250GB)
while ad0 is connected on IDE (160GB)


I was reading wiki:
Quote:
RAID 0 (striped disks) distributes data across several disks in a way that gives improved speed and full capacity, but all data on all disks will be lost if any one disk fails.
and, i wanted to know:
Is it meant that HDD completely fails (and you can throw it out), or
fails after some reboot, when on non-raid disk you can use fsck to fix?


Would you recommend me using raid?
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