RAID 0 Speeds in Windows 10


I was checking reviews of the G-RAID USB (8/12/16 TB configurations, USB 3.0 as only port) on external vendor webpages, and one customer reported that when running in RAID 0 in a Windows environment, the drives ran at normal transfer speeds, and not at the increased speeds that should attend a RAID 0 configuration. Is there any truth to the claim that the increased speeds of RAID 0 are only seen when running in Mac OS X, and not in Windows?

Thanks for any information someone can provide.

There is no difference in performance between Windows and Mac.