I would not advise RAID anymore when you can get High speed SSD's. Fortunately your board supports PCIe 3.0 cards. If you get a Samsung 950 Pro M.2 and an adapter board like Addonics ADM2PX4 or the Lycom DT120 (absolutely identical boards) and make sure you have a NVMe driver. You can install it in your system and have a 256 or 512 GB device that is many times faster than hard disk drives without bothering with RAID. Just put all your project files and media on this device and make sure your OS and BIOS are up to date and the driver is there. and you should see something like this:
I do not have this motherboard to try it but I do not see any reason why you cannot achieve these results. After finishing a project move it to your hard drives for archiving
Thanks for suggestion however I think 512GB might be not enough ?
if I will cut/edit 4K video from H264 in premiere how will be like reads and wrights export ?
I need awesome hard drive setup for cutting and editing 4K in Premiere Pro After Effect Speed Grade Davinci Resolve
I am cutting and editing 4K XAVC-S (100Mbits/sec MP4) from my Sony FDR-AX100 on this very laptop with no problem at all. Of course there are many more demanding media formats out there, so I cannot generalize about your media.
I did buy it 512Gb and adapter, however what is best hard drive setup for Premiere Pro After Effect Speed Grade Davinci Resolve software
My personal preference is to have all your current project files, media, previews on it and your OS/Applications on a standard fast SATA SSD. Leave the Media Cache/Media Cache Database on the default C: drive. So far no one has shown me any better configuration with our PPBM testing.
What you thing of throws test ?
Now what will be best to do with project files, media, previews, media cache, media cache database, and export to slower will slow down somehow
For now I have:
6Gb/s Samsung SSD 840 PRO 256GB for system OS drive,
6Gb/s Samsung SSD 850 PRO 1TB vnand
not sure which port Seagate 3TB Sata3 64Mb cache which have around 4000 MB/s Read and 400 Write
1TB is old drive and I keep old stuff on it
Thanks for help