RAID 5 Performance
To start off testing with RAID 5, DST came in with 1184 MB/s read and 996 MB/s write.
Moving over to AJA, we start with 720p, which produced 1141 MB/s read and 1009 MB/s write.
1241 MB/s read and 1211 MB/s write were peak numbers for 1080p testing.
Last, we have UltraHD producing 1285 MB/s read and 1232 MB/s write.
RAID 6 Performance
Heading up RAID 6 performance, we have DST numbers coming in at 1167 MB/s read and 1082 MB/s write.
Next we start with the AJA testing and 720p. This starts at 1008 MB/s read and 1152 MB/s write.
Switching to 1080p, we find the array capable of 1216 MB/s read and 1039 MB/s write.
Lastly, for this array, we have UltraHD, which topped 1207 MB/s read and 1215 MB/s write.
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