AMD has released a driver update for the X399 platform to support NVMe RAID.
The driver is made for the Ryzen Threadripper platform on Windows 10 64-bit.
“By combining multiple NVMe SSDs together into a RAID 0, 1, or 10 array, it is possible to greatly enhance disk performance or data integrity,” said AMD.
With a single GPU in the system, arrays containing up to six NVMe SSDs can be supported without adapters.
AMD said known issues with the driver were:
- Users with an existing RAID array cannot perform an in-place driver or BIOS upgrade to add NVMe RAID support to their system.
- A motherboard BIOS update is required to support NVMe RAID.