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Does the RAID array of the B460 chipset occupy cpus?

佳伊
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Due to work reasons, I am considering whether to combine the two hard disks into RAID 0. I want to know whether the RAID provided by the BIOS of the mainboard is hard RAID or soft RAID, that is, whether THE RAID calculation occupies CPU.  

 

What I know from the motherboard manufacturer is that they said that the motherboard adopts THE STANDARD RAID of B460 chipset, and there is no other explanation, so I thought of coming to Intel to continue to seek help.  

 

Thank you very much!  

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DeividA_Intel
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Hello 佳伊,  

  


Thank you for posting on the Intel® communities.   

  

I would like to let you know that our controllers are Hardware/Software Raid controllers (hard RAID and soft RAID), they work combined


Also, the RAIDs need the processor to calculate the onboard RAID controller for the arrays. I recommend you to check with the motherboard manufacturer for drivers and configuration.

 


Regards,  


Deivid A.  

Intel Customer Support Technician  


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