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NEWS:⚡ GRAID SupremeRAID SR-1010 featured in TechSpot.com

“GPU-based design makes gains in Windows read speeds”

Featured in TechSpot.com

Something to look forward to: While gamers have been impressed by the improvements a mainstream 2.5GB/s or 5GB/s NVMe SSD can bring to a PC or game console, RAID SSDs are on a whole different level. GRAID claims its latest model continues to push the bleeding edge in PCIe 4.0 speeds.

This week, GRAID announced the SupremeRAID SR-1010 RAID data center storage card, upgrading to PCIe 4.0 mere months after its PCIe 3.0 predecessor. Like the SR-1000 which launched last October, the new model has a blistering max sequential read speed of 110GB/s, but has doubled its max write speed from 11GB/s to 22GB/s.

Those speeds are for Linux users, however. While both SR cards are slower on Windows, the performance they do achieve on Microsoft’s OS is still amazing, and the SR-1010 makes big gains there in its read speed. Where the SR-1000 topped out at 65 GB/s on Windows, its successor reaches 74GB/s. By comparison, Other World Computing’s OWC Accelsior 8MW, released last November, has a max speed of 26GB/s.

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