Creating a secondary VROC RAID 0 Array
For this you only need to be sure your PCIe 16x slot with the Ultra Quad M.2 Card is set to x4x4x4x4 in the BIOS, and that you have installed the latest Intel Rapid Storage Technology enterprise driver and utility.
Open the Intel RSTe control panel and click on Create Volume. Select Optimized disk performance (RAID 0). Hit Next.
Select your Disks. Click on Advanced and select your desired stripe size. 128 KB works best. Hit Next.
Click Create Volume.
Done. Volume is created. Verify that Disk data cache is enabled. Now go to Windows Disk Management, initialize as GPT and create a partition.
Last updated: Nov 15, 2019 at 01:16 pm CST
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