Most users only need one SSD to install the operating system and the games that we want to fly -if we can include a second SSD to place it in RAID 0-, but if you have any hauling around four NVMe home and want to use them, Asus has released its Hyper M.2 card x16 (V2), which can feed each unit with 14 W and you have a fan to keep things fresh. When we put four NVMe the card, which is PCI3 3.0 x16, can reach transfer speeds of 128 Gbps, which is equivalent to 16 GB / s.
The big problem, apart from what it costs, is compatibility: “Hyper M.2 x 16 card V2 is compatible with Intel Virtual RAID on CPU and the AMD Ryzen ™ Threadripper platform for NVMe RAID. CPU tracks will be allocated to storage, so you can create a boot RAID array with multiple M.2 SSDs, as an Asus account In the case of compatible Intel systems, the compatibility is reduced to the Intel’s own SSD. compatible with Intel X299, Z370 and Z390 boards, on the one hand, and with AMD X399, X470, B450, X370 and B350 boards.It is to imagine that it will also be compatible with the new AMD X570. prices, some Amazon resellers sell the card for $ 80.