Set your drives to Raid 0 for more performance or to Raid 1 for data protection. In Raid 0 the 2 drives act as one, showing as a single larger drive to the OS and sending bits of data between each other to increase speed. In Raid 1, the 2 drives also act as one but will only show as the capacity of one drive in the OS, however data gets copied to both drives simultaneously for data protection in the event a drive fails. The latter is a good option for those who are unsure about the reliability of SSDs.
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