Z170 NVMe RAID?


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Does Macrium Reflect support Intel RST NVMe PCIe RAID on Z170?
Will be using Windows 10 Pro.

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Hi Jim,

Thanks for posting.

My PC at home has the Z170 chipset and a couple of Samsung NVMe drives in RAID (Intel RST) and I have not encountered any problems with Reflect.

Just make sure you are building rescue media based on PE10.

Hope this helps. 


Kind regards

Stephen - Macrium Support


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Stephen - 21 November 2016 2:39 PM
Hi Jim,

Thanks for posting.

My PC at home has the Z170 chipset and a couple of Samsung NVMe drives in RAID (Intel RST) and I have not encountered any problems with Reflect.

Just make sure you are building rescue media based on PE10.

Hope this helps. 

Thanks! Off hand do you know what motherboard you are using? I have on order an ASRock w/ three M.2 Ultra slots and and a couple Plextor M8Pe M.2 2280 1TBs (on sale at Newegg).



Edited 21 November 2016 3:44 PM by JimW
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Yes, I have a Gigabyte Gaming 7 (That lights up at the back like Vegas Ermm)  with a couple of 950 PRO NVMe M.2


Kind regards

Stephen - Macrium Support


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