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comment Mix-and-match SATA in RAID
@JourneymanGeek It depends on the capabilities of the software RAID implementation. Difference in size, cache, speed, etc. will cause unexpected problems if whatever is controlling the RAID reaches unexpected limits be they an end of a platter, a response time for writing or reading, a difference in timeouts, and more. Some implementations won't even create the volume in the first place if there are certain mismatches between drives. TL;DR Your mileage may vary. (But it's a bad idea unless you hate your data, time, and life)