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Any news here regarding the LED?
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Any news here regarding the LED?

 

We're still working on this.  As soon as we have a conclusion I will post on this thread.

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as for the LED issue, also happens to me. I'm using ASUS X99-E WS, and if I put Predator into M.2 slot on board, the HDD LED remains solid. If I use the HHHL adapter instead, the LED will work normally but can't show the status of the Predator's(which reasonable).
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Has anyone tried running two of the 480GB versions using two HHHL adapters in RAID 0? I'm looking for close to 1GB of storage for my needs and this seems to be the most cost-effective. Thanks in advance.
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I have not, but if Kingston wanted to send me a second for review I'd be happy to partake. The major issue I see is having enough dedicated PCIe lanes. Though, if you're running the IGPU, you would definitely be fine.
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Has anyone tried running two of the 480GB versions using two HHHL adapters in RAID 0? I'm looking for close to 1GB of storage for my needs and this seems to be the most cost-effective. Thanks in advance.

 

That's a great question! I'm curious also. I'm going to have our Engineers try this out.

 

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I have not, but if Kingston wanted to send me a second for review I'd be happy to partake. The major issue I see is having enough dedicated PCIe lanes. Though, if you're running the IGPU, you would definitely be fine.

 

:)

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Has anyone tried running two of the 480GB versions using two HHHL adapters in RAID 0? I'm looking for close to 1GB of storage for my needs and this seems to be the most cost-effective. Thanks in advance.

 

Here are some results that you can enjoy!

 

HyperX Predator 480GB using two HHHL using ATTO:

 

 

As you can see the Pro's speak for themselves as the Predator scales rather nicely stripped with a RAID 0 configuration.  As for the Con's: Available 4x PCIe slots for each.  When doing a configuration like this it is imperative to get independent slots and ensure they are not being shared.  A setup like this is intended for CPU's that have the available PCIe lanes that can support it, ruling out many 16 lane CPU's if you plan on using a dedicated GPU.  You may also have boot-ability issues on some motherboards as it can also depend on the settings as well.


Here are a couple reviews that you can read up on:

The SSD Review: Link

 

Legit Reviews: Link

 

Let me know if you have further questions Case#SR294475! :D 

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As you can see the Pro's speak for themselves as the Predator scales rather nicely stripped with a RAID 0 configuration. As for the Con's: Available 4x PCIe slots for each. When doing a configuration like this it is imperative to get independent slots and ensure they are not being shared. A setup like this is intended for CPU's that have the available PCIe lanes that can support it, ruling out many 16 lane CPU's if you plan on using a dedicated GPU. You may also have boot-ability issues on some motherboards as it can also depend on the settings as well.

Here are a couple reviews that you can read up on:

The SSD Review: Link

Legit Reviews: Link

Let me know if you have further questions Case#SR294475!


Thank you! This helps a lot.
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Thank you! This helps a lot.

 

You're welcome! Let us know your results :thumbsups

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Whyyyy... Why i dont saw this post before.. After 2 days trying update win10 pro on 240 Predator.. Without sucess....

Like others.. My solution was..

Download the update....copy all files from c:/windows$BT\ .. Mount on external USB drive and boot from there deleting all partitions on predator... (Serial key needed or "i dont have serial key" option.) And done 15min working fine till now.



And yes i still have the solid light...
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