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post #2251 of 2356 (permalink) Old 03-13-2019, 08:53 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by frankth3frizz View Post
Don't want raid 0, We need redundancy, which is why we originally want RAID 10. I'm trying to even get PCH RAID to work but only one SSD shows up as available.
That's because there's only 1 M.2 slot running on the PCH lanes.

The DIMM.2, M.2, and U.2 slots/ports run on CPU lanes. You WON'T be able to setup RAID on the PCH with the other slots. Storage on the X299 Chipset is separated from storage on the CPU.

Manual states that only 1 M.2 socket supports IRST (PCH RAID).

To be able to run RAID on all the other available slots, you have to use Intel VROC with Intel SSDs.

See attached pics from your manual.

EDIT: Also the product page for The Hyper M.2 x16 specifically says it is for VROC or AMD Threadripper CPU RAID use only and states that on Intel ONLY Intel SSDs are supported.

This may be a case of RTFM before purchasing expensive hardware I think...

In your case, you will need to find a PCIe 8x minimum controller card like I have. This gets you CPU lanes without the need for VROC since the RAID arrays are controlled by the card and not the CPU. Be prepared for a $700 minimum price tag for one that is worth a damn.

EDIT #2: If you want to stay as cheap as possible you can get some of these adapters and run the RAID on the PCH via the SATA ports. Keep in mind this cripples the speed to SATA 6Gbps though.
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Oh does the Rampage series let you select whether you are on CPU or PCH lanes??!!
not at will, as you note, there are cpu and there are PCH channels, and until your post I did not think the mix would work at all (not withstanding what the manual says).
Like you said, if you want a serious hardware raid in a real service setting, get a quality raid card. The only MB raid system that was (and still is) compatible IMO is the hardware raid on old boards like the old Intel DX48BT2 (skulltrail). I have a 4+1 raid 10 on that board running for a decade. It's idiot proof, and does great as a dual use (dated, but functional) workstation/server.

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Mix wont work. All raided drives must be either CPU or PCH
If the drives are not intel drives they wont do ANY raid on CPU but software raid.
If you want anything BUT raid 0 with the intel drives you have to buy a VROC key. VROCISSDMOD
I dont have an Omega and wont due to some of its limitations (Cant run VROC with two AIC intel drives and loss of a PCIE slot) but I did beat the crap out of every conceivable configuration on the R6E.

There should be options to select more than one drive as PCH. Should be able to get at least 3 drives on PCH. BOTH DIMM.2 and M2_1

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That's because there's only 1 M.2 slot running on the PCH lanes.

The DIMM.2, M.2, and U.2 slots/ports run on CPU lanes. You WON'T be able to setup RAID on the PCH with the other slots. Storage on the X299 Chipset is separated from storage on the CPU.

Manual states that only 1 M.2 socket supports IRST (PCH RAID).

To be able to run RAID on all the other available slots, you have to use Intel VROC with Intel SSDs.

See attached pics from your manual.

EDIT: Also the product page for The Hyper M.2 x16 specifically says it is for VROC or AMD Threadripper CPU RAID use only and states that on Intel ONLY Intel SSDs are supported.

This may be a case of RTFM before purchasing expensive hardware I think...

In your case, you will need to find a PCIe 8x minimum controller card like I have. This gets you CPU lanes without the need for VROC since the RAID arrays are controlled by the card and not the CPU. Be prepared for a $700 minimum price tag for one that is worth a damn.

EDIT #2: If you want to stay as cheap as possible you can get some of these adapters and run the RAID on the PCH via the SATA ports. Keep in mind this cripples the speed to SATA 6Gbps though.
I hear ya, this my boss's machine and parts were there and was tasked to build it. If we get 4x 7600 Pro's we should need the VROC key right?
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I hear ya, this my boss's machine and parts were there and was tasked to build it. If we get 4x 7600 Pro's we should need the VROC key right?
First - you really do not want the OS on a raid 10. Any glitch and the raid will run through a verification/fidelity check (pof the "1" component") on restart. Buy 4 inexpensive SATA3 SSDs (eg, the '"I" in raid is for inexpensive) and make the raid 10 on those, put the OS on a good NVMe drive (I just used an intel 760 on an R6EO build)... or if you want to impress the boss, get the INtel 900p for the OS (what I have on this x299 Apex). After installing windows on the 900p, migrate all USER files to the raid 10 (properly - not by just relocating the folders. Check "Brink" or "Kara" on the win10 forums, so the user files are included in file history and imaging without any input).
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It's been a while for me updates on new the mother board that can out.

I have a question, I purchased ASUS ROG Rampage VI Extreme LGA2066.

apart from i9-X-Series Processor & i7-X-Series. which Xeon processor can I use with board? with what bios.

If anyone knows kindly please let me know.



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Hello everyone.
It's been a while for me updates on new the mother board that can out.

I have a question, I purchased ASUS ROG Rampage VI Extreme LGA2066.

apart from i9-X-Series Processor & i7-X-Series. which Xeon processor can I use with board? with what bios.

If anyone knows kindly please let me know.



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you need to check the QVL list on the website.

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It's been a while for me updates on new the mother board that can out.

I have a question, I purchased ASUS ROG Rampage VI Extreme LGA2066.

apart from i9-X-Series Processor & i7-X-Series. which Xeon processor can I use with board? with what bios.

If anyone knows kindly please let me know.



Thanks
There are no Xeons listed so it would be a shot in the dark if you try an LGA2066 xeon chip.
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Pretty sure there's no X299 motherboards that support any Xeon LGA2066 processor, even though socket/pin count is the same. I believe Intel specifically prevented this type of cross-compatibility on this platform, unlike previous gen HEDT.

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