HighPoint 7500 Series PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe RAID Controllers
- Dedicated PCIe 4.0 x16 direct to CPU NVMe RAID Solutions
- Truly Platform Independent
- RAID 0, 1, 1/0 and single-disk
- 4 and 8 M.2 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD's
- PCIe Gen 3 Compatible
- Up to 32TB capacity per controller
- Low-Noise Hyper-Cooling Solution
- Integrated SSD TBW and temperature monitoring capability
- SSD7505: Bootable RAID Support for Windows and Linux
- Linux Updates
- The World's Fastest 4-Port NVMe M.2 RAID Controller (Video)
Truly Independent Cutting-Edge PCIe Gen4 x16 NVMe RAID Storage Performance for AMD Platforms
HighPoint's 7500 Series combine dedicated, cutting edge PCIe Gen4 x16 host connectivity with our industry proven RAID technology to deliver unbeatable storage performance.
The dedicated PCIe 4.0 x16 host interface enables each NVMe SSD to interface directly with the system CPU to ensure maximum transfer performance and near instant response time.
Truly Independent, Stand-Alone NVMe RAID Solution for both Intel & AMD Platforms
Unlike most PCIe Gen4 NVMe storage devices in today's marketplace, which are tied to a specific hardware platform or brand of SSD or motherboard, HighPoint SSD7500 series controllers are truly independent NVMe RAID solutions.
SSD7500 series controllers do not require motherboard platforms with Bifurcation support, or any specialized software released by SSD manufactures; any AMD-based system with a dedicated PCIe 4.0 x16 slot can now take full advantage of the industry's fastest storage solution. In addition, SSD7500 series controllers are fully backwards compatible with Intel PCIe 3.0 platforms, enabling customers to take full advantage of advanced Gen4 storage media without migrating to a new computing environment.
Comprehensive NVMe RAID Technology
RAID 1/0 (Security & Speed) - Unique to HighPoint NVMe RAID solutions, RAID 1/0 (also known as RAID 10) requires a minimum of 4 NVMe SSD's - it will mirror the data of one stripe array to a second, hidden stripe array for security. RAID 1/0 is capable of delivering read performance on par with RAID 0, and is superior to RAID 5 for NVMe applications. Unlike RAID 5, RAID 1/0 doesn't necessitate additional parity related write operations, which reduce the TBW life span of NVMe SSD's.
RAID 0 (Speed) - Also known as a "stripe" array, this mode delivers Maximum Performance, and requires a minimum of 2 NVMe SSD's.
RAID 1 (Security) - This mode creates a hidden duplicate of the target SSD, and requires 2 NVMe SSD's to configure. RAID 1 is ideal for bootable volumes.
SSD7505: Bootable RAID Support for Windows and Linux
The SSD7505 can be used to configure bootable RAID or single NVMe SSD configurations for Windows and Linux systems. Optional UEFI downloads and complete installation guides are available for each supported platform.