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RAID m.2 on the Cheap?

Hey Linus,

 

So i found this product on Amazon and was intrigued by its configuration offerings. Any chance you could do a review of this type of upgrade/configuration for Not exactly brand new computers? Here is the link to the device i was referring to.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D2PXV50/ref=twister_B01MU1ZG6O?_encoding=UTF8&th=1

 

I was interested in the fact that not all motherboards have m.2 and if i added this to my computer would i be able to see performance gains even close to a new motherboard?

I am Currently running and AMD FX6300 Six Core, 32GB DDR3-1600Mhz Memory, 128Gb OCZ Agility 3 SSD and a couple of SATA disks in RAID 0 on an Asus M5A97 LE R2.0 BIOS  2701 Motherboard with a Workhorse GIgabyte Radeon HD7970 OC 3GB GPU.

 

Does this design even have the capability of accessing data at full m.2 speeds?

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Don't do raid.

If you need more speed for content creation or something then buy an NVME SSD.

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I get that, But the Question is how much performance can this solution really provide? The device states it supports NVME SSD's.

 

Typically m.2 Sata SSD's are cheaper.

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