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Questions about relocating cloud cache (upload data)

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I think I would like to relocate my upload cache my current setup has my D: working over time on everything everything.. Basically a download hits it and then moves it from one spot on the disc to another spot on the disk into the upload cache (hidden directory) to the K: drive with is the cloud drive.. right? So it's like the buffer before things get uploaded but it's on the same drive that all the downloads are coming onto.. and I just really want to reduce cycles on that disk and not worry about losing my cache if the disk dies and then losing my entire cloud disk entirely. 

So I would like to know if it's safe to relocate to the raid drive J: that's made up from the DNT drives (also I'd like to know if there's a way to omit them from view in explorer without regediting).

So I guess my concern is sending tons of chunks of K: drive upload buffer to the raid drives and them not being designed to handle it as effeciently as a natural drive? 

Like should I just look at buying a new HDD and dedicating it to the cloud buffer storage? (cache)? Maybe a SSD? IDK.. Just lookin for feedback.. 

Also that P: drive is some kind of corruption idk how to get rid of that came about when i tried to make a bootable thumbdrive for some random linux arcade distro and I don't know how to get rid of it.. ignore the caca.. 

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