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NEWS: 📢 SweClockers.com features the Graid Technology SupremeRAID™️ SR-1010

“This is not the first time Graid has turned to graphics acceleration to increase performance in RAID configurations. With the SR-1010, the solution is based on Nvidia’s graphics card RTX A2000 from the Ampere” family and the PCI Express 4.0 interface, which will increase the writing speed to a full 22 GB / s – twice as much as the predecessor’s 11 GB / s. However, read speeds remain at the previous 110 GB / s.”

For those who want an extra layer of security for their storage, a RAID configuration of some kind can be an option. RAID features are built into more or less all motherboards and are for ordinary consumers often something used in NAS devices, to reduce the risk of data loss if any of the connected storage devices stop working.

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For professional use, however, it is not just about safety, but also about performance. The motherboard’s built-in functions are not always enough, something that can instead be supplemented with plug-in cards, especially for the performance-focused data center and enterprise segment. This category includes the Graids Supreme RAID SR-1010. There, RAID controller boards are combined with graphics cards to increase data transfer speeds to the max.

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