Eight NVMe M2 SSDs in RAID on X399 Threadripper Reach 28 GB/s

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    This excellent YouTube video is back up:

    Finally figured out why THREADRIPPER has so many PCIe lanes (en)

     
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    NO
    Der8auer not buy 8 he has received 8 discs and will return them .
    Making your statement invalid
     

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    You think someone would be able to hack this device to work on Intel motherboards? Like Asus Rampage VI?

    Cuz right now this card only supports Intel ssd on Intel x299 platform.

    Would much prefer the Samsung 960 pro over the Intel 900 p drives.
     
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    How's that exactly when my sandybridge -e and it's quad ddr3 2400 does over 60gb/s in aiada64?
     
  8. Fox2232

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    Windows are literally knocking at CPUs door moment you release Power Button.
    Quite a difference:
    Regular HDD: CPU is saying: "Get in, everyone is already partying."
    SSD: CPU is saying: "He's running a lot around, but I still have to wait for him quite often."
    This thingy: CPU is saying: "Do not look into his direction, do not say his name, or he will get you instantly."

    I mean, it can load entire Blu-Ray in 2 seconds! It is rare for me to say it, but: "This is so good that I have no use for it!"
     
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    Dual channel vs quad channel, but my DDR4 3000 in my ryzen does around 44 gb/s. The difference in 2133 vs 3000 is quite huge for bandwith. I think my ram at 2133 was around 25GB before I got it to run at 3000.

    My 3930k did around 45Gb quad channel with 4x4GB 1866 DDR3. It pushed 51GB @ 2000
     
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    have no fear i'm sure when 8k blu-rays and some massive new games come out in the future this stuff will become more like HDD speeds :p ... well... most likely not but you get the joke
     

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    Some over clock memory, some overclock GPU'S, they all find there nitch. Not sure who sponsers him, I think gigabyte, certainly cant get world records with there GPU'S.
     
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    wow seem rocket SpaceX going to mars lol :p:D
     
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    Right on. The numbers do not seem to satiate my appetite for wanting an upgrade at this time it would seem.

    I surely am done with paying Intel prices unless I win the lottery and I want more from AMD as it sits right now.
     
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