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NEWS: ⏩ ComputerBase.de features the SupremeRAID SR-1010
The SupremeRAID SR-1010 from the Californian company GRAID offers far more performance than classic NVMe RAID SSD solutions. With the support of an Nvidia GPU, data should be read sequentially at up to 110 GB/s. Optionally, up to 16 million IOPS should be achieved.
However, the GRAID card works fundamentally differently: It is equipped with an Nvidia A2000, the smallest workstation GPU of the current generation. This takes over the computing power to manage the data transfers via a virtual NVMe controller that is installed via software.
Up to 32 NVMe SSDs can be connected to each other via the PCIe interface in RAID modes 0, 1, 5, 6 or 10, but are not in the adapter card themselves. For reasons of space, this would not work at all, especially since the power supply via the PCIe slot is a maximum of 75 watts and the Nvidia A2000 is already specified with 70 watts.