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JMicron RAID Configuration

The JMicron JMB363 chipset, commonly called the JMicron RAID Configuration is a connector for a Serial ATA signal cable that supports a Serial ATA hard drive. The JMicron controller mode can be accessed in the BIOS and can be toggled between IDE (default) and RAID. The JMicron JMB363 Serial ATA Raid connector can be used to configure the following functions to serve as an alternative to creating RAID:

  • RAID 0 (Data Striping)
  • RAID 1 (Data Mirroring)
  • JBOD (Spanning)

See also "Motherboards: What You Should Know" in the Quick Reference section of Webopedia.

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