Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Super quick NVMe RAID comes to Threadripper

AMD discharges a free driver refresh for its X399 stage.





Seven days after the fact than arranged, AMD has discharged a free driver refresh for the X399 stage to help NVMe RAID. 

The driver permits X399 motherboards to consolidate numerous NVMe SSDs together into a RAID 0, 1, or 10 cluster, which will significantly improve circle execution or information uprightness. 

Benchmarking did by AMD demonstrates that the stage takes into consideration a throughput of 21.2GB/s from six 512GB Samsung 960 Pro NVMe SSDs in RAID0. 





In any case, there are several admonitions. 

The first is that X399 motherboards will require BIOS refreshes before they will bolster NVMe RAID, so when it will be accessible for your framework will rely upon your motherboard merchant. 

The second - and maybe more vital - is that at present the NVMe RAID driver is in beta, and thusly things may turn out badly, so you might need to test this before moving it out onto frameworks you depend on. 

There are likewise some known issues to know about: 

1. Clients with a current RAID exhibit can't play out a set up driver or BIOS move up to add NVMe RAID support to their framework. 

a) Users with a current SATA RAID setup should move down information on the SATA RAID exhibit, and separate that cluster, before continuing with any BIOS refresh or driver establishment containing NVMe RAID bolster. 

b) If the current SATA RAID cluster is a bootable design with a working framework, at that point a new introduce of Windows 10 will be required. 

2. A motherboard BIOS refresh is required to help NVMe RAID. In the wake of refreshing to a supporting BIOS, the plate design must be changed to RAID (from SATA or AHCI). This BIOS menu passage is regularly named "SATA Mode" or "SATA Configuration."






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