So, I had a weird idea, but a great one to make my computer a whole lot better. First of all, I have windows 10 on my 1tb ssd, then another 120gb ssd (used to be boot drive) and a 2 tb hard drive. What I thought I could do was partition off some of my ssd and hard drive and combine it with the other 120gb ssd and put them in raid 5. This would mean that data is stripped across the two ssd’s and copied on the hard drive. Now, is there a way to tell it to copy it to the hard drive rather than let windows choose? I can’t find anything about choosing which drive is the parity drive. I would love to take advantage of the raid 0 speeds along with the safety of raid 1. Btw, I don’t care about the slow write speeds or reduced storage. I would just like a bit of speedy storage. Can this be done or do I have to leave it to windows to slow everything down by stripping with the hard drive against my will? Btw, this will be using windows 10 software raid as opposed to raid in the bios, as my motherboard does not support that. Also, I will not be booting off of this drive, only for games.