i have few questions about the Intel Rapide Storage in raid and the OROM update and integration bios.
i have the Asus Maximus XI Extreme (intel chipset Z390) and i will install on my system only 2 NVMe (2x Samsung 970 Pro of 1GB). i will not use an normal hard drive or ssd on this system.
1- is here a benefict to install those 2 NVMe in raid 0 ? (i even dont know if we can lol (i was on my very old motherboard 2 normal ssd in raid 0)).
2- do i need to use the Intel rapide storage for those NVMe in Raid 0 ?
3- if yes can you please tell me how i can Update the OROM ? is always like in past ? mean we have to update this orom rapid storage by making modification on each new motherboard bios ? and using to uppload this bios with only the usb en flashback procedure ?
4- if answer of the question 3 is Yes, can please tell me how to do that ? in past it was a tutorial but i never succed to do it then i was asking an person you know who was making those upsade for us, but he stop doing that since this old time.. :(
I have never set up RAID on NVMe SSD's myself, only SATA, but as far as i know:
1. there is a benefit, you will get some performance boost in most situations.
3. you can update the OROM, for OS in legacy mode, or the EFI RaidDriver for OS in UEFI mode.
4. a great place for learning how to update the BIOS is
Rapid Storage OROM Update on bios for Z390 chipset ?
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3- i dont answer the number 3. can i have pelase more details about the difference and step ?
4- yes i was on past on fernado steps about that but i realy understood nothing then i met garyfox on overcloker groups and he was making everytimes updates for each bios version for evey body who asked