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Originally Posted by Liranan View Post

The PCB should have been pink because staring at such a card all day is what I would do, using it is for nubs, pro's stare all day long.

use a clear acrylic case, use the SSD, stare at the SSD, love it! no seriously, LOVE IT!!!
so many birds with one stone. biggrin.gif
post #62 of 65
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Originally Posted by Liranan View Post

The PCB should have been pink because staring at such a card all day is what I would do, using it is for nubs, pro's stare all day long.

Are you seriously patronizing aesthetics while on OCN? rolleyes.gif
post #63 of 65
What I would like to see is the base card with no SSDs on it and sold as a "kit", and one could add SSDs as needed.

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post #64 of 65
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What I would like to see is the base card with no SSDs on it and sold as a "kit", and one could add SSDs as needed.

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They would probably need to write separate, custom firmware for each different compatible SSD...
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post #65 of 65
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They would probably need to write separate, custom firmware for each different compatible SSD...

Well, this is what I built, and had no issues at all. So if addonics can do it, kingspec can with that LSI controller.
http://www.addonics.com/products/ad4mspx2-a.php
It is only PCIe 4x, but my speeds went up by 50% and that is on PCIe 2.0 and could go faster on 3.0

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Update: From what I can find each SSD has it's own controller, and then the card has a controller, so it is no different than an add-on raid card.
Edited by 777ESS - 10/24/15 at 11:27am
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