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msdn reference for serparating Data and Log files

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Online I see lot of reference that we should keep data and log files in separate drives. I am looking for a msdn article validating the same.. hopefully newer..
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going into a meeting.. and would be nice to have the official link.. that is why...
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Can't find a specific article on msdn (nothing new with finding msdn hard to navigate!) but here are some quotes from MVPs if that helps?

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/sqldatabaseengine/thread/676e390a-7768-4014-927a-ca8c6a932bfb/
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yes, helpful.
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