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Which vps has the fastest nvme speed?
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Which vps has the fastest nvme speed?

Combining 4 nvme disks onto one PCIEx16 slot, then do 4 slots raid 10. This may improve nvme to another 10 times faster than native nvme speed?

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  • vyas11vyas11 Member
    edited July 30

    Seriously, one more thread?But since the arrow is shot, let us see...

    Why just four drives? Why not eight?
    Which NVMe?PCIE 3 or 4 ? or both?

    So much clarity needed.

    What about heat when 4 NVMe drives are running? What configuration (size) will you set them up in? Why RAID10? What will CPU / MoBo/ Thermal control software do when it notices the disks are running hot?


    p.s: Got to give credit to persistence. 35 new discussions started since joining > 7 weeks ago. Almost feels like a bot account created to initiate discussions/ drive traffic. Now that would be interesting. But as a hooman account- well peskily irritating.

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  • letloverletlover Member
    edited July 30

    @vyas11 said:
    Seriously, one more thread?But since the arrow is shot, let us see...

    Why just four drives? Why not eight?
    Which NVME?
    PCIE 3 or 4 ? or both?

    So much clarity needed.

    What about heat when 4 NVMe drives are running? What configuration (size) will you set them up in? Why RAID10? What will CPU / MoBo/ Thermal control software do when it notices the disks are running hot?

    NVME is already x4, x16 slot can only hold 4 disk, there is an intel adapter for this that i learned from another forum. pcie 4 better than ver3.
    heat is a major issue, maybe liquid cooling? some bitcoin mining machine bench has 4 to 8 pcie x16 slots, but not sure how commercial server chassis can incorporate this.
    cpu maybe dual socket. mo needs >4 pcie x16 slots, maybe supermicro extended eatx size.

  • SiliCloudSiliCloud Member, Patron Provider

    is it really necessary for most use case run on nvme disk? I think shared NVME with no limitation not really guaranteed.

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