Question Asus prime x470-pro nvme raid

Melocco

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I just updated the bios for my motherboard. It claimed updated raid for nvme. I am running a Samsung 970 evo plus now.

My question is, what would I need to do if I wanted to run another 970 (another card identical size and model) in the second port? Raid 0.Use the two nvme drives as a single boot drive.

I have read that the second port is slower than the first one. But with the bios update, I don't know if they fixed that or not.

Also, I'm running a 1070 GTX, 10 gig network card and a USB3. 1 three port pcie. Would I need to take something out to make it work?

Thanks in advance.
 
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Melocco

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Honestly, I just want to do it to increase the speed some and also, just to push the system. Also, I have $200 in Dell incentives and I just thought that would use it before it just goes away.
 

Sylock

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I am a little confused by the suggestions not to RAID the M.2s, and the information why. My board (ASUS Prime x570 Pro) has two M.2s and I am pretty sure they run on the PCI bus. So running at RAID 0 them would be great ... wouldn't it? Note it runs PCIExpress 16.

I am attempting to do just this today, but Windows 10 is not recognizing the RAID. In the windows setup it has:
Name Total Size Free Space Type
Drive 0 Partition 1 480 GB 0.0 MB Primary
Drive 0 Unallocated Space 16 MB 16 MB
Drive 1 Partition 1 480 GB 0.0 MB Primary
Drive 1Unallocated Space 16 MB 16 MB
Any thoughts on that?
 

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