RAID 0 offers improved performance but no data protection. Blocks of data are spread
across all of the drives in the RAID set in a process called striping. This allows better
performance because file contents move in parallel to and from the individual drives in
the set. RAID 0 also provides the most usable disk space; nearly all space on all drives is
available for user data. You can create a RAID 0 set using two, three, or four disks.