As the title suggests, would intel 760p nvme m.2 drives be supported as a bootable raid array on x299 chipset?
I understand that this would need the VROCISSDMOD key?
As you mentioned before, in order to enable all possible RAID functions and variants, you will need to get the Intel VROC Upgraded Key installed on this system (Premium Upgrade Key).
I see, so the VROCPREMMOD key is required for a bootable raid with OS mounted?
The VROCISSDMOD will not work for this purpose? The reason I ask is the VROCPREMMOD key is much more expensive.
Hello, thank you for the prompt response,
The X299, will be compatible with Intel SSD's and will need the VROCISSDMOD, can be used with the mentioned purpose.
Other keys are compatible with server systems.
Successfully built bootable raid 0 (Windows 10 x64 1790) with Intel 760p M.2 (256G X 4)
Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix X299-E Gaming Bios 1102
CPU: Intel Core i9 7900X
RAM: HyperX Predator DDR4-3600 32G (8G X 4)
VROC: Hyper M.2 X16 Card: Intel 760p M.2 (256G X 4)
VROC driver: RSTe_22.214.171.1243_F6-drivers (RSTe_f6_iaVROC_win8_64)
Video Card: Nvidia P4000
OS: Windows 10 x64 Build 1790
We are glad to hear that you were able to setup your raid array properly and we want to thank you for sharing your benchmark results since this can result really helpful for other users.
In regards to your question every Intel® SSD 760p has a sequential read speed of 3210 MB/s and a sequential Write speed of 1315 MB/s which on combination with Intel® VROC + 4 Intel® SSD 760p SSDs you can get a performance of Read 6736 MB/s & Write 4477 MB/s.
You can check more details of the Intel® SSD 760p Series using the URL bellow:
Please keep in mid that intel® VROC on x299 is a technology that has been released for high end user and not for enterprise usage
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Yeah, I've noticed I can't enable VROC with 760p m.2 sticks.
I'm using a X299 Msi Gaming Carbon Pro.
I've contacted MSI tech support and they are looking into the issue.
Unfortunately, they didn't have a key to recreate my scenario...
I purchased the 760p's based on advice from support here, so I'm hoping this will end up working in the end here.
Well, sounds like to get VROC to work, you must use an M.2 xpander/hyper card. Cannot enable VROC through PCH (m.2 slots) must be done through PCIe slot. I am waiting for my card which will arrive this Friday. I will update then.