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I would like to ask if 6CAYH support RAID0. I have 2 mSATA (Kingston UX100 256 GB) drives with an adapter to Sata form the Zenbook UX32VD and I want to know if it will be possible to set them into RAID 0.


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Hello Honex,



Thank you for contacting the Intel community.



Unfortunately it does not support any kind of RAID, one of the Intel® NUC that supports RAID are the Intel® NUC Kit NUC6i7KYK or the Intel® NUC Kit NUC7i7BNH.




Best regards,




Ivan U.


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While Ivan's response answers the asked question (that is, with respect to the NUC6CAYH NUC), this answer is not quite accurate and could create confusion.

  • The NUC6i7KYK is the only NUC that supports two M.2 SSDs.
    • If both SSDs are M.2 NVMe SSDs or both SSDs are M.2 SATA SSDs, then they can be placed in a RAID0/RAID1 array.
    • If one SSD is a M.2 NVMe SSD and one SSD is a M.2 SATA SSD, however, they cannot be placed into a RAID0/RAID1 array.

  • Many of the "H" NUCs - but only those with Intel Core processors - have the ability to support the use of RAID0/RAID1 if both drives present utilize SATA.
    • That is, a 2.5" SATA drive is present in the drive bay and a M.2 SATA SSD is present in the M.2 slot.
    • NUCs I have successfully verified this capability with include the NUC5i# RYH, NUC5i# MYHE and NUC6i# SYH.
    • I believe that the NUC7i# BNH can also support this, but I haven't verified this myself.
    • It is also possible to use Intel SRT to use all or a portion of the SSD as a high-speed cache for a 2.5" HDD.
    • The older 4th generation NUCs - D34010WYKH and D54250WHKH - also support this capability set, but, in this case, it is a combination of a MSATA SSD with a 2.5" SATA drive.