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NEWS: 📰 GRAID SupremeRAID™️ SR-1010 featured in GamingDeputy.com

“SR-1010 offers up to 19M IOPS with a random read speed of 4k in optimal Linux settings, which is about 20% faster than the SR-1000 controller”

The company just unveiled a successor to its NVIDIA T1000-based controller. A new model uses the NVIDIA RTX A2000 GPU and actually looks the same as the NVIDIA solution. The difference is that it is not a graphics card and therefore does not have connectors for the display. GRAID controllers take the CPU off the I / O process, which is usually a huge mathematical task for large RAID networks. By downloading these calculations to power-efficient GPUs, the RAID controller will run faster than software-based solutions.

GRAID SupremeRAID™️ SR-1010, lightning fast GPU RAID card
Featured on GamingDeputy.com

Supreme Raid SR-1010 offers throughput up to 110GB / s and supports RAID levels 0, 1, 5, 6, and 10. In addition to a faster GPU, the SR-1010 features PCIe Gen4 support, which is not available for its predecessor.

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