Problem Raid 0 Nvme

Sepe

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Asus Extreme x299 board I have M.2 Hyper x16 card and I have put intel vroc key (standard), I have installed 4xM.2 WD 2tb SN750 not supported Raid 0, why?
 
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Check question 5 of the Intel virtual raid on cpu PDF. Does Intel vroc support third party ssds? No only Intel ssds are supported.
 

BlueLineSwinger

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I'm probably gonna regret this question, but here goes...

Holy hell why are you trying to RAID 0 together four SSDs?
 

Baasha

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I'm probably gonna regret this question, but here goes...

Holy hell why are you trying to RAID 0 together four SSDs?

Scratch disk?

Also, to get these speeds:

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MrGuvernment

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Ya but unless you have a specific use case like massive file editing / multimedia, it is a complete and utter waste of everything for literally zero gain.
 

daglesj

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Ya but unless you have a specific use case like massive file editing / multimedia, it is a complete and utter waste of everything for literally zero gain.

Yeah but the whole mantra of this site used to be "Do it because you can, not because you need or can really afford it!". However, there now appear to be more of us older and wiser that now have mortgages, kids, power bills etc. that just ain't got time for that.
 

MrGuvernment

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Yayyyyy fourtimes the speed...and four times the liability on 4TB of data! Not worth the risk for anything vaguely serious.
And only 4 times the speed in a benchmark and if you were working with 100GB files and moving it between the same drive... :)
 
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