ASRock's Optane 905P M.2 RAID Defies Limits

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shpankey

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There is no upcoming Intel 28 core 5ghz solution... this was achieved as a PR stunt from Intel by using an unrealistic phase change cooling system that no consumer will ever use. The CPU also allegedly used 1310W by itself and the phase change cooler used 1100W. Other system components not counted for.
 

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RAID setups increase latency, which impacts Optane a lot. That's the reason why low QD performance suffers greatly. Better have one Optane as the boot drive, and 4x NAND NVMe SSDs for sequential.
 

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I would def choose that non raid qd1 4k perf over the raid0 sustained max on my puters, if doing a lot of video-editing or the like the story would be another one.
 

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If you eliminate the ridiculous last sentence, your article can be taken seriously. Adding transparent Intel fanboyism just makes us doubt everything you write.
 

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Video editing is mostly limited by sequential access speed, to the extent it's I/O limited.
 

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I have been testing 4X VROC and those 4KQ1T1 scores are absolutely not correct. Either VROC was not implemented correctly or there was some kind of BIOS issue.

https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/meltdown-and-specter-patch-performance-hit-tested-on-optane-and-vroc.421594/
 
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