raid nvme ssd

adityaramadn

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whether Samsung 960 evo 512GB +Toshiba Nvme Thnsn5256gpu7 + CAN in raids?
whether the raid nvme CAN be done though DIFFERENT brand And Capacity
 

USAFRet

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1. You've not specified exactly which RAID you're thinking of
2. RAID + different size drives is a no no.
3. You've not informed us of why the desire for a RAID array
4. NVMe + RAID 0 = Don't do that. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/samsung-950-pro-256gb-raid-report,4449.html
 

USAFRet

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1. You've not specified exactly which RAID you're thinking of
2. RAID + different size drives is a no no.
3. You've not informed us of why the desire for a RAID array
4. NVMe + RAID 0 = Don't do that. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/samsung-950-pro-256gb-raid-report,4449.html
 

adityaramadn

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So i must have 2x Samsung 960 evo with same capacity to create a volume with raid mode ?


Sorry for bad english
 

USAFRet

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Mostly, yes. And same size.

However...what is the purpose of this RAID thing?
RAID 0 - Performance. This really doesn't work with SSD's, especially NVMe drives
RAID 1 - Mirrored. This is not a backup, if that is what you were thinking.

So what are you wanting this for?
 

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