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ASUS HYPER M.2 Card V2, PCIe 3.0 x16, 4x M.2 PCIe 2242/60/80/110 Slots, Upto 128Gbps, Intel VROC + AMD Ryzen Support

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Hyper M.2 x 16 card V2 is compatible with Intel® Virtual RAID on CPU (VROC) and the AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ platform for NVMe RAID support. Unused CPU PCle® lanes can be assigned to storage, allowing you to create a bootable RAID array with multiple M.2 SSDs.

Design for Unthrottled Transfer Speed

The ASUS Hyper M.2 x16 V2 card provides four M.2 slots to let you expand your system with high-performance SSD storage. Designed for the latest generation of NVMe drives, the card features an upgraded power supply that provides up to 14W of power per drive, as well as a large heatsink and active fan to ensure drives stay cool for optimum performance.

One Card - 4x the Bandwidth

Hyper M.2 x16 is designed specifically for Intel® Virtual RAID on CPU (VROC) and the AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ platform for NVMe RAID support and features four M.2 slots, providing up to 128 Gbps of bandwidth per card.

• New two-phase power solution with up to 14 Watt output supports the latest NVMe drives.
• Large heatsink reduces M.2 SSD temperatures for unthrottled transfer speeds and enhanced reliability.
• Support for up to four PCIe® 3.0 M.2 drives with transfer bandwidth up to 128Gbps.
• Intel VROC technology and AMD Ryzen Threadripper support enables creation of bootable NVMe RAID arrays using CPU PCIe lanes.

• Interface: PCI Express 3.0 x16 interface, compatible with PCI Express x8 and x16 slots, support data transfer rates up to 128 Gbps.
• External Connectors:4x M.2 Socket 3 with M Key design, type 2242/2260/2280/22110 storage devices support (Support PCIE SSD only).
• LED & Button: 1x M.2 FAN Power Switch, 4x M.2 access LEDs.
• Features: RAID function Support for:
- Intel® VROC ready for X299 & Z370 Series Motherboard models (It supports Intel® SSDs only.).
- AMD® X399/X470/B450/X370/B350 Series Motherboard models.
• Dimensions: 202 x 96 x 13 mm

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ASUS HYPER M.2 x16 Card V2, PCIe 3.0 x16, 4x M.2 PCIe 2242/60/80/110 Slots, Upto 128Gbps, Intel VROC + AMD Ryzen Support is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great kit that does the job as advertised While I have a motherboard with 2 NVME slots (1 occupied), installing another would have required removing the GFX card and soundcard to shift the heatsink plating. Plus, I wanted to have more than 2 drives, so this card provided the perfect solution. It is absolutely worth paying the extra cash than lower priced adapters for the cooling fan, heatsink and plating this one offers. Just make sure before you buy this, that your system can support this as it requires: A x16 PCI-Express 3.0 slot, and your BIOS needs to support Hyper M2 x16 mode if it is an Intel system (PCIe RAID Mode on an AMD system). If you have an ASUS BIOS like me, you can check this by going into the BIOS, pressing F7 for advanced mode, then going to the advanced section, then CPU Storage Configuration, and going to one of your PCI-Express slots to see if the Hyper M2 x16 option is available. There are mounting bolts for all 4 slots, though I found they were all hidden away in various bits of the box, so make sure to look carefully before discarding/storing it away! Worth noting as well that this card is for generation 3 NVME drives, so do not get this if you plan on buying generation 4 NVME drives, as you will not get the extra speed from the extra premium you would be paying for. At the time of this review, for a drive that offers the best between capacity, speed and value for money, I would highly recommend the Sabrent 2TB Rocket NVME M.2 2280 which comes in at around £240. It benchmarks at around 90% of the speeds of its Samsung EVO 2TB counterpart (but costs around £440) comes with a 5-year warranty, and links you to free drive cloning software should you need it. As a final note, while you can use NVME drives in a RAID setup, due to the latency caused by RAID drivers, you lose upwards of 40% of the speed gains you would otherwise enjoy than if you ran these drives all separately.
Date published: 2020-06-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well on Gigabyte X399 Designare Ex Solid build. Only concern is the tiny fan but the whole metal shroud acts like a heat sink any way so not concerned about heat. Fan is not too noisy but may irritate some - my GFX card fan is noiser so overrides it. There is a switch to turn off the fan. Fits into one slot only (16 lanes for 4 NVMEs, 8 lanes for 2 NVMEs). Make sure your motherboard has an updated BIOS that supports bifurcation (4x/4x/4x/4x for 16 lane slots, x4/x4 for 8 lane slots) and all should be good.
Date published: 2020-03-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Did not work on my MB Thought this would work with mu ASUS maximus X1 hero mother board, sorry to say, even on the PCIEx16 slot only one M.2 drive was shown.
Date published: 2020-01-23
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Can this be used in any motherboard with a PCIEx16 Slot

it isn't clear from the description whether this can be used to add in M.2 SSD to any motherboard with a PCIEx16 slot - can it only be used for Intel Vroc or the Ryzen equivalent, or can it be used just to add M.2 storage?
Asked by: RickyKemp
In order for your system to be able to recognise more than a single disk connected to the card, the PCIe slot the card is plugged into must be "bifurcated" into 4x4x4x4 mode in the motherboard's BIOS / UEFI. Many motherboards do not support bifurcation. If that's the case with your motherboard, your only options are to either upgrade to a motherboard that supports bifurcation or buy a card that has bifurcation built in (which would probably cost the same as a new motherboard).
Answered by: FreeHat
Date published: 2020-04-04

Does it work on Mac Pro 5.1 on 16x pcie ?

Asked by: Macdi707
Good Morning, Unfortunately, we have not tested this so we would not be able to guarantee this would work, some similar devices we have tested have worked but will only show one drive. I would recommend speaking with Apple regarding this, they should be able to help you with this. Kind Regards,
Answered by: LukeW
Date published: 2019-10-11

Does this support OSX 10.15+?

Does this support OSX 10.15+? E.g. Mac OSX Catalina
Asked by: Hein
We would advise checking with the manufacturers website for up to date compatibility with your system.
Answered by: DavidScan
Date published: 2020-08-19

Is this card compatible with the Asus Sage x299 motherboard?

Asked by: Badger1
Good Afternoon, Yes, this should work fine with this motherboard for you. Kind Regards,
Answered by: LukeW
Date published: 2019-07-08

Would I be able to use this with two m.2 NVMe SSD's on my MSI Z97S Krait?

Asked by: Justin
Good Afternoon. From what I can see, this should work fine. Although, I would recommend logging a message with our technical support department to double-check this as they are more technically minded in that team. Kind Regards,
Answered by: LukeW
Date published: 2020-01-22
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