Two stock speed scores of 294 and 305 are hardly different, because they represent the sum total of 4 different scores and each score can have a measurement error of 1 second, due to the limitations of the Windows file system. Your disk I/O results are better than Zeke, showing that your raid is paying off. Your MPEG results are slower, indicating that Zeke's system is tuned slightly better and has less CPU overhead from running processes and the same applies to the H.264 test. The differences between MPE on results are negligent and possibly caused by the measurement accuracy. It does show that overclocking pays off.
Thank you for your educated reply.
I'll just add one thing, I wasn't clear in my first post regarding the raid array.
I want to check if having 2 raid (0) arrays of 2 disks is any slower then having 4 disks raid array like I have right now.
When I asked you guys to help me with my build, you (Harm) said it would not matter in speed if i'll use 4 disks in raid 0 or 2*2 raid 0 arrays.
I eventually went with another suggestion I recieved and now I want to verify it.
I'll re-post when I'll have results (during this weekend I'll guess).
I guess the only moves I got right now are:
1. fine tune the system
2. consider OC.