4x Intel 760P 1TB M.2 NVMe RAID0 Review OverKILL3D

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OverKill3D - 4x Intel 760P 1TB M.2 NVMe RAID0 Review

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We've run all our tests in four scenarios today. A single drive, for those of us who are only interested in seeing how the Intel 760P compares to other M.2 options, two drives for those with a fair bit of money who want serious performance. Lastly we've also continued upwards with x3 and x4 combinations to test the absolute limits of performance currently available this side of a server rack. Whilst the smaller block sizes don't really scale as we add more drives, the larger block sizes quickly gain steam. In nearly every setup the Intel 760P dominates the graph.

OverKill3D - 4x Intel 760P 1TB M.2 NVMe RAID0 Review  


OverKill3D - 4x Intel 760P 1TB M.2 NVMe RAID0 Review  

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09-05-2018, 13:31:32

RobM
well overkill lolQuote

09-05-2018, 13:33:43

AlienALX
Look at it. Just. Look at it !Quote

23-05-2018, 08:22:45

Shader
Hi, i am trying to get a 4x 1TB 760p vroc raid to work using the Asus Hyper X card. It only shows 1 of the 4 drives, no matter what i change. Now Intel told me, the 760p drives are not vroc compatible on x299 yet since this plattform only supports their slow datacenter SSDs, which would make the hole thing pointless. Did you not have any issues during setup?Quote

23-05-2018, 09:10:58

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Shader View Post
Hi, i am trying to get a 4x 1TB 760p vroc raid to work using the Asus Hyper X card. It only shows 1 of the 4 drives, no matter what i change. Now Intel told me, the 760p drives are not vroc compatible on x299 yet since this plattform only supports their slow datacenter SSDs, which would make the hole thing pointless. Did you not have any issues during setup?

If youre only seeing one drive in windows its all down to BIOS settings. You 100% need an Asus X299 motherboard on the latest bios to get it all working. You even set the raid up in the BIOS.....Quote

23-05-2018, 09:38:16

Shader
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
If youre only seeing one drive in windows its all down to BIOS settings. You 100% need an Asus X299 motherboard on the latest bios to get it all working. You even set the raid up in the BIOS.....
I have the Asus x299 Sage mainboard and i am seeing only one drive in bios after activating vroc mode. Tried all bios versions. I am just curious that it seems to work on the rampage board used for this article when i was told the problem is that the 760p are not officially supported for vroc on the x299 plattform yet.Quote
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