RAID Setup Procedure for Intel® NUC Kits (2022)

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Software RAID technology allows the combination of multiple physical disks into one logical unit, or disk. You can use this technology for the purpose of redundancy, performance, or both.

All Intel® NUC products that have multiple drives allow for the creation of a software RAID. This guide shows the process for setting up software RAID using the SATA (AHCI) method and the PCIe (NVMe) method and provides resources to setup RAID in Linux*.

If you want to configure Intel® Optane™ Technology on supported Intel NUCs, see Installing Intel® Optane™ Memory on Intel® NUC Kits.

What's needed?

  • USB flash drive
  • The latest Intel® Rapid Storage Technology Driver Installation Software with Intel® Optane™ Memoryor Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) User Interface and Driver, available on Intel® Download Center
  • Windows 7*, Windows 8.1*, or Windows® 10 64-bit* Installer
  • Drives (one of the following combinations):
    • One 2.5" SATA drive and one M.2 SATA drive
    • Two M.2 NVMe SSDs (supported by NUC11PHKi7C[x], NUC9i[x]QNX, NUC9V[x]QNX, NUC8i7HNK, NUC8i7HVK, and NUC6i7KYK only)
Notes
  • The capacities of the drives don't have to be the same, but the RAID volume will only be two times the size of the smallest capacity drive. For example, if your two drives are 256 GB and 128 GB, the largest size the RAID can be is 256 GB (128 GB × 2).
  • Both drives need to be either AHCI (SATA) or NVMe* (PCIe*). The two technologies can't be mixed.
  • If you're using Windows 7*, the Windows 7 ISO image should be written to your USB flash drive via UEFI. See the instructions in the Windows 7 UEFI Image Creation guide.
Caution
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Creating a new RAID, SATA, or PCIe, will format your discs and erase all content.

Aptio® V UEFI Firmware Core (BIOS) for 11th Generation Intel® NUC

SATA (AHCI) RAID
  1. Press F2 during boot to enter the BIOS setup.
  2. Navigateto, Advanced > Storage.
  3. Set,EnableVMD controller (Enable for RAID and Optane Memory),to Enabled.
  4. Change, Map this Root Port under VMD, to Enabled.

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  5. Press F10 to save the changes, then select OK and the system will reboot.
  6. Press F2 during boot to enter the BIOS setup.
  7. Navigate toAdvanced > Add-in config > Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology, then selectCreate RAID Volume.
    NoteIf you do not see two discs in the Non-RAID Physical Disks section, turn off the NUC, open the chassis and check the connections for both discs. You must see two discs to continue.

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  8. Name the volume and set the RAID Level.

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  9. For both Disks, click the pull-down menu and select X.

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  10. Select the stripe size, and if desired, Capacity.

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  11. Select,Create Volume.

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  12. You will see the completed RAID Volume.

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  13. Press F10 to Save and Exit BIOS Setup.
  14. The Intel NUC will restart. Turn off the Intel NUC.
  15. Connect the USB flash drive or USB optical drive that has the Windows* installation files.
  16. Power on the Intel NUC and press the F10 keyduring boot.
  17. Follow the Windows Installation instructions.
    NoteWhen you get to the Where do you want to install Windows? screen below, Windows may not see your Disks. Continue following the instructions below.

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  18. Navigate toIntel® Rapid Storage Technology Driver Installation Software with Intel® Optane™ Memory, and Download, F6flpy-x64 (Intel® VMD).zip.
  19. UnzipF6flpy-x64 (Intel® VMD).zip and drag the unzipped folder on to a USB device.
  20. Insert the USB device, with the latest F6flpy-x64 (Intel® VMD) driver, into the Intel NUC.
  21. SelectLoad Driver > Browse > (your USB drive) > F6flpy-x64 (Intel® VMD) Folder

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    Note

    You will see the screen below if Windows finds the Rapid Storage Driver.

  22. Select Next. It can take a minute or two for the driver to load. When the screen below displays, Windows is ready to be installed. Select Next to start the installation.

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PCIe (NVMe) RAID
Note
  • PCIe (NVMe) RAID is only supported via UEFI boot. Windows 7* must be installed via UEFI. For instructions, see a Guide to Create a Windows 7* UEFI Installer.
  • In order to create a RAID volume, you must see two discs in the Non-RAID Physical Disks: section.
  1. Press F2 during boot to enter the BIOS setup.
  2. Click Advanced > Storage.
  3. Set SATA Controller(s) to Enabled.

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  4. Scroll down, then, set the following options to, Enabled
    • VMD controller (Enable for RAID and Optane Memory)
    • Both, Map this Root Port under VMD
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  5. Press F10 to save the changes, then select OK and the system will reboot.
  6. Press F2 during boot to enter the BIOS setup.
  7. Select Advanced > Add-in Config > Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology.
  8. Select, Create RAID Volume.
  9. Name the RAID Volume.
  10. Select the RAID level.
  11. Select the discs, by selecting X, in the pull-down menu.
  12. Set the Stripe Size and Capacity.
  13. Select, Create Volume. Note You will see the completed RAID Volume.
  14. Press F10 to Save and Exit BIOS Setup.
  15. Shutdown the Intel NUC.
  16. Plug your Windows installer into any of the USB ports on the Intel NUC and press the power button to boot the Intel NUC.
  17. Follow the Windows Installation instructions.
  18. When you get to the Where do you want to install Windows? screen, on a different computer navigate to https://downloadcenter.intel.com

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  19. Select, Memory and Storage, and navigate to the latest, Intel® Rapid Storage Technology Driver Installation Sowtware with Intel® Optane Memory installer.
  20. Download; F6flpy-x64 (Intel® VMD).zip.
    • Unzip the folder
    • Copy the unzipped folder to a USB flash drive
    • Insert the USB flash drive into the Intel NUC.
  21. Select Load Driver > Browse > USB drive > RSTxxxx Folder.
    NoteThe USB flash drive is the C: drive: for example, xxxxx (C:)

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    The screen below shows if Windows finds the Rapid Storage Driver.

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  22. Select Next. It can take a minute or two for the driver to load. When the screen below displays, Windows is ready to be installed. Select Next to start the installation.

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Aptio® V UEFI Firmware Core (BIOS) for some 8th, 9th and 10th Generation Intel NUC

SATA (AHCI) RAID
  1. Press F2 during boot to enter the BIOS setup.
  2. Click Advanced > Storage.
  3. Set SATA Mode Selection to RAID.

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  4. Press F10 to Save and Exit BIOS Setup.

  5. The system will reboot. Press F2 during boot to enter the BIOS setup.
    NoteYou must see two discs in the Non-RAID Physical Disks: section in order to create the RAID volume.

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  6. Name the volume.

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  7. Select the RAID Level.

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  8. Select the discs, by selecting Xin the pull-down menu.

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  9. Set the stripe size and disc space.

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  10. Select Create Volume

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  11. You will see the completed RAID Volume.

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  12. Press F10 to Save and Exit BIOS Setup.
PCIe (NVMe) RAID
NotePCIe (NVMe) RAID is only supported via UEFI boot. Windows 7* must be installed via UEFI. For instructions, see a Guide to Create a Windows 7* UEFI Installer.
  1. Press F2 during boot to enter the BIOS setup.
  2. Click Advanced > Storage.
  3. Set SATA Mode Selection to RAID and select bothM.2 Slot 1 RST PCIe Storage Remapping and M.2 Slot 2 RST PCIe Storage Remapping.

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  4. Press F10 to Save and Exit BIOS Setup.
  5. The system will reboot. Press F2 during boot to enter the BIOS setup.
  6. Click Advanced > Add-in Config > Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology > Create RAID Volume.
    NoteYou must see two discs in the Non-RAID Physical Disks: section in order to create the RAID volume.

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  7. Name the RAID Volume.

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  8. Select the RAID level.

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  9. Select the discsby selecting X in the pull-down menu.

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  10. Set the Stripe Size and Capacity.

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  11. SelectCreate Volume.

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  12. You will see the completed RAID Volume.

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  13. Press F10 to Save and Exit BIOS Setup.

Visual BIOS

SATA (AHCI) RAID
  1. Press F2 during boot to enter the BIOS setup.
  2. Click Advanced > Devices > SATA.
  3. Set Chipset SATA Mode to RAID.

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  4. Press F10 to Save and Exit BIOS Setup.
  5. The system will reboot. Press CTRL+I during boot (repeatedly, if necessary) until the RAID Option ROM utility opens.

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  6. Select Create RAID Volume.
  7. Name the RAID volume.

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  8. Set the Strip Size.

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  9. Set the Capacity.

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  10. Select Create Volume and press Y to confirm.

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  11. Exit the RAID Option ROM utility and press Y to confirm.

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  12. Install Windows*.
PCIe (NVMe) RAID
NotePCIe (NVMe) RAID is only supported via UEFI boot. Windows 7* must be installed via UEFI. For instructions, see a Guide to Create a Windows 7* UEFI Installer.
  1. Press F2 during boot to enter BIOS setup.
  2. Click Advanced > Devices > SATA.
  3. Set Chipset SATA Mode to RAID.

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  4. Enable M.2 Slot 1 RST PCIe Storage Remapping and M.2 Slot 2 RST PCIe Storage Remapping.

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  5. Press F10 to Save and Exit BIOS setup.
  6. Enter BIOS Setup again, by pressing F2 during boot.
  7. Click Advanced > Devices > Add-In Config.
  8. Click Configure next to Intel® Rapid Storage Technology

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  9. Select Create RAID Volume.

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  10. Name the RAID.

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  11. Select which RAID version to use.
    NoteOnly RAID0 and RAID1 are supported.

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  12. Select the disks to be part of the RAID by pressing Enter on the disk, then selecting X. Repeat for the second disk.

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  13. Select the Strip Size and the Capacity.

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  14. Select Create Volume.

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  15. Press ESC to exit and pressY to confirm.
  16. Press F10 to Save and Exit BIOS Setup.
  17. The Intel NUC will restart. Turn off the Intel NUC.
  18. Connect the USB flash drive or USB optical drive that has the Windows* installation files.
  19. Turn on the Intel NUC.
  20. At the prompt during boot, press F10 to open the boot menu and select the UEFI USB.

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  21. Follow the Windows Installation instructions.
  22. When you get to the Where do you want to install Windows? screen below:

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    Insert the USB flash device with the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology driver: RST_f6floppy_Win7_8.1_10_64_14.8.0.1042.zip.

    NoteMake sure the driver is unzipped.

  23. Select Load Driver > Browse > USB drive > RSTxxxx Folder.
    NoteThe USB flash drive is the C: drive: for example, xxxxx (C:)

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  24. The screen below shows if Windows finds the Rapid Storage Driver.

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  25. Select Next. It can take a minute or two for the driver to load.
  26. When the screen below displays, Windows is ready to be installed. Select Next to start the installation.

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RAID on Linux

Software RAID on Linux is supported on all Intel NUCs with multiple drives.

To create and manage a software RAID in Linux see the following links:

Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) in Linux*Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) in Linux.

Linux RAID for Kernel versions 4 and earlier.

mdadm Manual page.

NoteTo enable RAID on an Intel® NUC8i5INH or Intel® NUC8i7INH:
  1. Press F2 during boot to enter the BIOS setup.
  2. Click Advanced > STORAGE.
  3. Set SATA Mode Selection to RAID.
Then continue to step 4 of both scenarios above.
Note

On Intel® NUC9V[x]QNX or Intel® NUC9i[x]QNX, the RAID0 and RAID1 volumes can be built only on storage available on the NUC Element.
If you connect additional storage drives to the base board, they can't be added to the same RAID0 or RAID1 volume as the built-in drive on the NUC Element.
More information is available in the Technical Product Specification.

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FAQs

How do you set up Intel RAID? ›

Resolution
  1. Go to motherboard BIOS.
  2. Close the quiet boot.
  3. Choose the RAID model.
  4. Choose the Intel® RSTE (Intel® Rapid Storage Technology enterprise).
  5. Save and reboot.
  6. Transfer "ctrl+I" to go into the RAID configuration interface.

How do you set up a RAID? ›

To Create a RAID Array
  1. Power-cycle your server.
  2. During power up, type Ctrl-A to bring up the ARCU. ...
  3. Select Array Configuration Utility. ...
  4. Select Initialize Drives. ...
  5. Select drives to initialize. ...
  6. When you have selected all the drives to be initialized, press Enter. ...
  7. Type yes. ...
  8. Select Create Array from the main menu.

How do I setup RAID 1? ›

In Windows 10, set up RAID 1 using Intel Rapid Storage Technology:
  1. Turn on the computer. ...
  2. As soon as the computer turns on, press the F3 key.
  3. Select Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology from the Devices List.
  4. Select Create RAID Volume, and then press the Enter key.
  5. In Name, type an arbitrary volume name.

What is RAID setting in BIOS? ›

The BIOS RAID Configuration utility is a BIOS-based utility that you can use to create and manage controllers, disk drives and other devices, and arrays. Note - If you are using a SPARC system, you cannot use the BIOS RAID Configuration utility.

Which is better AHCI or RAID? ›

If you are using a SATA SSD drive, AHCI may be more suitable than RAID. If you are using multiple hard drives, RAID is a better choice than AHCI. If you want to use an SSD plus extra HHDs under RAID mode, it's recommended that you continue using RAID mode.

Which RAID is best? ›

The best RAID configuration for your storage system will depend on whether you value speed, data redundancy or both. If you value speed most of all, choose RAID 0. If you value data redundancy most of all, remember that the following drive configurations are fault-tolerant: RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6 and RAID 10.

How do I setup a RAID program in Windows 10? ›

Open the Start Menu / search bar, type "Disk Management", and select Create and format hard disk partitions. Review the list of disks to ensure that all of the drives you want to use are being displayed. Right click on one of the disks you want to include in the array and select New Spanned/Striped/Mirrored/RAID-5 ...

How do I format a RAID drive? ›

How do I format a RAID drive?
  1. Use a software utility which came with your RAID controller or motherboard.
  2. Go into the RAID controller's BIOS (look for a message during PC boot up) and look for an option to format the drive(s) or reconfigure the RAID as individual disks (this will erase them all).
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Which is better RAID 1 or RAID 5? ›

Raid 5 has good failure resistance and better security. The performance is great in Raid 1, but in Raid 5, performance is slow due to disks' redundancy. Data cannot be accessed from a failed drive in Raid 1, whereas data can be accessed from a failed drive in Raid 5.

Which RAID is best for performance? ›

RAID 10 is a combination of RAID 1 and 0 and is often denoted as RAID 1+0. It combines the mirroring of RAID 1 with the striping of RAID 0. It's the RAID level that gives the best performance, but it is also costly, requiring twice as many disks as other RAID levels, for a minimum of four.

Which is better RAID 0 or RAID 1? ›

Comparison chart

In theory RAID 0 offers faster read and write speeds compared with RAID 1. RAID 1 offers slower write speeds but could offer the same read performance as RAID 0 if the RAID controller uses multiplexing to read data from disks. Where data reliability is less of a concern and speed is important.

Is a RAID setup worth it? ›

RAID is extremely useful if uptime and availability are important to you or your business. Backups will help insure you from a catastrophic data loss. But, restoring large amounts of data, like when you experience a drive failure, can take many hours to perform.

Do you need RAID with SSD? ›

Storage systems generally do not use RAID to pool SSDs for performance purposes. Flash-based SSDs inherently offer higher performance than HDDs, and enable faster rebuilds in parity-based RAID. Rather than improve performance, vendors typically use SSD-based RAID to protect data if a drive fails.

How many disks do you need for RAID 5? ›

RAID 5 provides fault tolerance and increased read performance. At least three drives are required. RAID 5 can sustain the loss of a single drive. In the event of a drive failure, data from the failed drive is reconstructed from parity striped across the remaining drives.

What does RAID mode do? ›

RAID (redundant array of independent disks) is a way of storing the same data in different places on multiple hard disks or solid-state drives (SSDs) to protect data in the case of a drive failure. There are different RAID levels, however, and not all have the goal of providing redundancy.

How do I set RAID volume in BIOS? ›

To create the RAID volume:
  1. Press F2 to enter BIOS.
  2. Go to the Advanced > Mass storage controller configuration.
  3. Select the desired controller:
  4. Set AHCI Capable (s)SATA Controller to RAID Mode and (s)SATA RAID Options to Intel (R) VROC (SATA RAID) ...
  5. Press F10 (Save changes and exit).
  6. Boot to the BIOS once again.

What is RAID in SATA mode? ›

RAID technology allows several hard disk drives to function as one storage area (the array) to provide either data redundancy (backup security) or faster performance (striped reading/writing data from or to the disk drives). In RAID mode, the SATA controller enables both AHCI and RAID functions when the computer boots.

Do I need SATA RAID drivers? ›

To use RAID functions, you need to make a SATA RAID Driver USB stick before you install the operation system, such as Windows 10. If you do not plan to use RAID functions, it is not necessary to make a SATA RAID Driver USB stick.

Should I enable NVMe RAID mode? ›

NVMe Software RAID - This setup is highly recommended if you're using local storage on a system. Software-based RAID can use the processing power of the system to handle RAID configuration.

Can I change from RAID to AHCI without reinstalling Windows? ›

Some systems will have the Windows operating system installed using RAID drivers including the Intel Rapid Storage Technology. SSD drives typically perform better using AHCI drivers. There is in fact a way to switch operation from either IDE / RAID to AHCI within Windows 10 without having to reinstall.

How many disks do you need for RAID 10? ›

RAID 10 is secure because mirroring duplicates all your data. It's fast because the data is striped across multiple disks; chunks of data can be read and written to different disks simultaneously. To implement RAID 10, you need at least four physical hard drives. You also need a disk controller that supports RAID.

What is the minimum number of HDD required to setup RAID 1? ›

RAID 10, also known as RAID 1+0, is a RAID configuration that combines disk mirroring and disk striping to protect data. It requires a minimum of four disks and stripes data across mirrored pairs.

How many drives can fail in a RAID 10? ›

RAID 10: This RAID can survive a single drive failure per array. It is a very fast setup with redundancy built in and requires a minimum of 4 drives to be operational.

Which is better RAID 5 or RAID 10? ›

RAID 10 provides excellent fault tolerance — much better than RAID 5 — because of the 100% redundancy built into its designed. In the example above, Disk 1 and Disk 2 can both fail and data would still be recoverable.

Can Windows 10 do software RAID? ›

Today Windows 10 supports three types of software RAID: RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5 (Windows Server). So, we have decided on the RAID type. Then to create a disk array, we connect all disks to the computer and boot the operating system.

Can you set up RAID 0 After Windows is installed? ›

If your operating system is already installed, you can use RAID if the following requirements are met: Your system has a RAID I/O controller hub (ICH). If your system does not have a RAID ICH, you cannot use RAID without installing a third-party RAID controller card. Your RAID controller is enabled.

What is RAID format? ›

RAID levels and their associated data formats are standardized by the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) in the Common RAID Disk Drive Format (DDF) standard.

Do you need to format a drive for RAID? ›

No you do not need to reformat it from the aspect of will it work if you just plug it in. But you should reformat it with a multipass formatting tool if this drive will contain data that in the event of catastrophic failure will need to be recovered.

How do I turn on RAID? ›

Disable the RAID feature from the system BIOS.

Once located, scroll down the list options using the directional arrows on the computer keyboard and highlight the RAID configuration menu option. Select "disable" and press the enter key on your keyboard. Then press the "esc" key to return to the main menu.

How do I set RAID volume in BIOS? ›

To create the RAID volume:
  1. Press F2 to enter BIOS.
  2. Go to the Advanced > Mass storage controller configuration.
  3. Select the desired controller:
  4. Set AHCI Capable (s)SATA Controller to RAID Mode and (s)SATA RAID Options to Intel (R) VROC (SATA RAID) ...
  5. Press F10 (Save changes and exit).
  6. Boot to the BIOS once again.

Should I enable Intel Rapid Storage Technology in BIOS? ›

Should I Use Intel Rapid Storage Technology Without RAID? No, you should not use Intel Rapid Storage Technology if you don't have the RAID technology configured for your computer. Intel Rapid Storage Technology is an improved version of the RAID technology.

How do I access Intel Matrix Storage Manager? ›

Once in Windows, click Start, click All Programs, click Intel Matrix Storage Manager, and click Intel Matrix Storage Console.

USB-Stick Die neueste Intel® Rapid Storage Technology Treiberinstallationssoftware mit Intel® Optane™ Speicher oder Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) Benutzeroberfläche und Treiber, verfügbar im Intel® Download-Center Installationsprogramm für Windows 7*, Windows 8.1* oder Windows® 10 64-Bit* Laufwerke (eine der folgenden Kombinationen): Ein 2,5-Zoll-SATA-Laufwerk und ein M.2-SATA-Laufwerk Zwei M.2 NVMe-SSDs (unterstützt von NUC11PHKi7C[x], NUC9i[x]QNX, NUC9V[x]QNX, NUC8i7HNK, NUC8i7HVK und nur NUC6i7KYK). Für beide Festplatten, klicken das Pull-down-Menü und Auswählen X .. Auswählen Erstellen Sie ein Volume.. Stecken Sie das USB-Gerät mit dem neuesten F6flpy-x64 (Intel® VMD) Treiber in die Intel NUC ein.. Hinweis Sie sehen den Bildschirm unten, wenn Windows den Rapid Storage-Treiber findet.. Wenn der Bildschirm unten angezeigt wird, ist Windows zur Installation bereit.. Wählen Sie diese Option aus, um RAID-Volume zu erstellen.. Schließen Sie Ihr Windows-Installationsprogramm an einen der USB-Ports an der Intel NUC an und drücken Sie den Netzschalter, um die Intel NUC zu starten.. Wenn der Bildschirm unten angezeigt wird, ist Windows zur Installation bereit.. Presse F2 während des Startvorgangs, um das BIOS-Setup auf dem System Hinweis Um das RAID-Volume erstellen zu können, müssen sie im Abschnitt "Physische Datenträger ohne RAID" zwei Datenträger sehen:. Klicken Erweiterte > Add-in-Konfiguration > Intel® Rapid Storage-Technologie > RAID-Volume erstellen .. Wenn der Bildschirm unten angezeigt wird, ist Windows zur Installation bereit.. Hinweis So aktivieren Sie RAID auf einem Intel® NUC8i5INH oder Intel® NUC8i7INH: Drücken Sie während des Startvorgangs die Taste F2, um das BIOS-Setup auf zu starten.

Ce guide montre le processus de configuration du raid logiciel à l’aide de la méthode SATA (AHCI) et de la méthode PCIe (NVMe) et fournit des ressources pour installer RAID sous Linux*.. Lecteur flash USB Le dernier logiciel Intel® Rapid Storage Technology’installation d’un pilote avec mémoire Intel® Optane™ ou interface utilisateur et pilote Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST), disponible sur l’Centre de téléchargement Intel® Installation de Windows 7*, Windows 8.1* ou Windows® 10 64 bits* Lecteurs (une des combinaisons suivantes) : Un lecteur SATA 2,5 » et un lecteur SATA M.2 Deux SSD M.2 NVMe (pris en charge par NUC11PHKi7C[x], NUC9i[x]QNX, NUC9V[x]QNX, NUC8i7HNK, NUC8i7HVK et NUC6i7KYK uniquement). Note Si vous ne voyez pas deux disques dans la section Disques physiques non RAID, éteinez le NUC, ouvrez le châssis et vérifiez les connexions des deux disques.. Faites défiler la page vers le bas, puis s et les options suivantes pour, Activé Contrôleur VMD (Activer la mémoire RAID et Optane) Cartographier tous les deux ce port de racine sous VMD. Branchez votre programme d’installation Windows sur l’un des ports USB de l’Intel® NUC et appuyez sur le bouton d’alimentation pour démarrer le intel® NUC.. Désespérez le dossier Copiez le dossier délité sur un lecteur flash USB Insérez le lecteur flash USB dans le processeur Intel® NUC.. Ensemble Sélection du mode SATA À RAID Et Sélectionnez les deux Remappage de stockage PCIe de l’emplacement M.2 1 RST Et Remappage de stockage PCIe de l’emplacement M.2 2 RST .. Sélectionnez les disques pour faire partie du RAID par Appuyant sur Entrer sur le disque, puis Sélection X . Répéter pour le deuxième disque.. Note Pour activer le RAID sur un intel® NUC8i5INH ou Intel® NUC8i7INH : Appuyez sur F2 pendant l’amorçage pour accéder à la configuration du BIOS.. Note Sur les produits Intel® NUC9V[x]QNX ou Intel® NUC9i[x]QNX, les volumes RAID0 et RAID1 peuvent être construits uniquement sur des stockages disponibles sur le NUC Element.Si vous connectez des lecteurs de stockage supplémentaires à la carte de base, ils ne peuvent pas être ajoutés au même volume RAID0 ou RAID1 que le lecteur intégré sur le élément NUC.Vous disposez de plus d’informations dans les caractéristiques techniques du produit .

Jika Anda menggunakan Windows 7*, gambar ISO Windows 7 harus ditulis ke USB flash drive Anda melalui UEFI.. Anda akan melihat Volume RAID yang diselesaikan.. Masukkan perangkat USB, dengan driver F6flpy-x64 (Intel® VMD) terbaru, ke Intel NUC.. Catatan Anda akan melihat layar di bawah jika Windows menemukan Driver Penyimpanan Cepat.. Catatan Anda akan melihat Volume RAID yang diselesaikan.. Pada prompt selama boot, Tekan F10 untuk membuka menu boot dan Pilih Tje UEFI USB .

Installation Precautions When you install and test the Intel NUC, observe all warnings and cautions in the installation instructions.. Install and remove memory Install an M.2 SSD Install a 2.5” drive Install a VESA mount bracket Connect power Install an operating system Install the latest drivers. Install an M.2 SSD or Intel® Optane™ Memory Module The Intel NUC Kits NUC10i7FNH, NUC10i5FNH, and NUC10i3FNH support an 80mm or 42mm SSD.. Connect Power Country-specific power cords are included in the Intel NUC Kit box.. Each Intel NUC model includes either a region-specific AC power cord or no AC power cord (only the power adapter).. Intel Intel NUC 10 Performance kit [pdf] User GuideIntel, NUC 10, Performance kit, NUC10ixFNH Intel Intel NUC [pdf] User GuideIntel, NUC, NUC11TNK, Intel NUC, NUC11TNKv7, NUC11TNKi7, NUC11TNKv5, NUC11TNKi5, NUC11TNKi3 Related Manuals / Resources. Intel NUC Kit User Guide Intel® NUC Kit NUC11PAKi7 Intel® NUC Kit NUC11PAKi5 Intel® NUC Kit NUC11PAKi3 User Guide Introduction This User Guide…

When you install and test the Intel NUC, observe all warnings and cautions in the installation instructions.. Install and remove memory Install an 2 SSD Install a VESA mount bracket Connect power Install an operating system Install the latest drivers. Intel, NUC Kit, NUC10i7FNK Open the Chassis Intel NUC Kits NUC10i7FNK, NUC10i5FNK and NUC10i3FNK have two 260-pin DDR4 SO-DIMM sockets.. Intel, NUC Kit, NUC10i7FNK Install SO-DIMMs Align the small notch at the bottom edge of the SO-DIMM with the key in the Insert the bottom edge of the SO-DIMM into the When the SO-DIMM is inserted, push down on the outer edge of the SO-DIMM until the retaining clips snap into Make sure the clips are firmly in place.. Remove the AC power cord from the Remove the computer’s Gently spread the retaining clips at each end of the SO-DIMM The SO-DIMM pops out of the socket.. Hold the SO-DIMM by the edges, lift it away from the socket, and store it in an anti-static Reinstall and reconnect any parts you removed or disconnected to reach the SO-DIMM Replace the computer’s cover and reconnect the AC power. Remove the small silver screw from the 80mm (A) and 42mm (B) metal standoff on the Align the small notch at the bottom edge of the 2 card with the key in the connector.. Intel NUC Kit NUC10i7FNK installing an 80mm M.2 SSD Remove the small silver screw from the metal standoff on the motherboard (A).. Intel NUC Kit NUC10i7FNK installing a 42mm M.2 SSD After all components have been installed, close the Intel NUC chassis.. Country-specific power cords are included in the Intel NUC Kit box.. Each Intel NUC model includes either a region-specific AC power cord or no AC power cord (only the power adapter).. US power cord included.BXNUC10i7FNK2 BXNUC10i7FNKPA2, BXNUC10i5FNK2, BXNUC10i5FNKPA2,EU power cord included.BXNUC10i5FNK3,BXNUC10i5FNKPA3 BXNUC10i3FNK3. UK power cord included.BXNUC10i5FNK4,Australia/New Zealand power cord included.BXNUC10i7FNKP6China power cord included.

Esta guía muestra el proceso de configuración de RAID de software mediante el método SATA (AHCI) y el método PCIe (NVMe) y proporciona recursos para configurar RAID en Linux*.. Unidad flash USB El software de instalación Intel® Rapid Storage Technology controlador más reciente con memoria Intel® Optane™ memoria Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) y controlador, disponible en el Centro de descargas de Intel® Instalador de Windows 7*, Windows 8.1* o Windows® 10 de 64 bits* Unidades (una de las combinaciones siguientes): Una unidad SATA de 2,5" y una unidad M.2 SATA Dos unidades de estado unidos M.2 NVMe (admitidas por NUC11PHKi7C[x], NUC9i[x]QNX, NUC9V[x]QNX, NUC8i7HNK, NUC8i7HVK y NUC6i7KYK solamente). Notas Las capacidades de las unidades no tienen que ser las mismas, pero el volumen RAID solo será el doble de tamaño de la unidad de capacidad más pequeña.. Nota Si no ve dos discos en la sección Discos físicos no RAID, apague el NUC, abra el chasis y verifique las conexiones de ambos discos.. Conecte el instalador de Windows a cualquiera de los puertos USB del producto Intel NUC y presione el botón de encendido para arrancar el producto Intel NUC.. Nota Debe ver dos discos en la sección Discos físicos que no son RAID: a fin de crear el volumen RAID.. Establecer Selección de modo SATA Para RAID Y Seleccione Ambos Remapping de almacenamiento PCIe de la ranura M.2 1 RST Y Remapping de almacenamiento PCIe de la ranura M.2 2 RST .. Habilitar Remapping de almacenamiento PCIe de la ranura M.2 1 RST y remapping de almacenamiento PCIe de la ranura M.2 2 RST .. Cuando se le solicite durante el inicio, Pulse F10 para abrir el menú de inicio y Seleccione el UEFI USB .. Nota Para habilitar RAID en un producto Intel® NUC8i5INH o Intel® NUC8i7INH: Pulse F2 durante el inicio para ingresar a la configuración del BIOS.. Nota En Intel® NUC9V[x]QNX o Intel® NUC9i[x]QNX, los volúmenes RAID0 y RAID1 se pueden construir solo a través del almacenamiento disponible en el elemento NUC.Si conecta unidades de almacenamiento adicionales a la placa base, no se las puede agregar al mismo volumen RAID0 o RAID1 que la unidad integrada en el elemento NUC.Hay más información disponible en la Especificación técnica del producto .

Unidad flash USB El software de instalación Intel® Rapid Storage Technology controlador más reciente con memoria Intel® Optane™ memoria Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) y controlador, disponible en el Centro de descargas de Intel® Instalador de Windows 7*, Windows 8.1* o Windows® 10 de 64 bits* Unidades (una de las combinaciones siguientes): Una unidad SATA de 2,5" y una unidad M.2 SATA Dos unidades de estado unidos M.2 NVMe (admitidas por NUC11PHKi7C[x], NUC9i[x]QNX, NUC9V[x]QNX, NUC8i7HNK, NUC8i7HVK y NUC6i7KYK solamente). Notas Las capacidades de las unidades no tienen que ser las mismas, pero el volumen RAID solo será el doble de tamaño de la unidad de capacidad más pequeña.. Navegar Para Avanzada > Configuración del complemento > Tecnología Intel® Rapid Storage, Entonces Seleccione Crear volumen RAID .. Pulse F10 para guardar y salir del programa de configuración del BIOS Se reiniciará la Intel NUC.. Inserte el dispositivo USB, con el controlador F6flpy-x64 (Intel® VMD) más reciente, en el producto Intel NUC.. Seleccione Crear volumen RAID.. Descomprima la carpeta Copie la carpeta descomprimido en una unidad flash USB Inserte la unidad flash USB en la Intel NUC.. Haga clic Avanzada > Configuración del complemento > Tecnología Intel® Rapid Storage > Crear volumen RAID .. Seleccione Crear volumen RAID.. Seleccione Crear volumen Y Pulse Y para confirmar.. Seleccione Crear volumen RAID .. Pulse F10 para guardar y salir del programa de configuración del BIOS Se reiniciará la Intel NUC.. Cuando se le solicite durante el inicio, Pulse F10 para abrir el menú de inicio y Seleccione el UEFI USB .. Nota Para habilitar RAID en un producto Intel® NUC8i5INH o Intel® NUC8i7INH: Pulse F2 durante el inicio para ingresar a la configuración del BIOS.

Se você quiser configurar a tecnologia Intel® Optane™ em Intel NUCs suportadas, consulte Instalar uma memória Intel® Optane™ em kits Intel® NUC .. Unidade flash USB O mais recente Intel® Rapid Storage Technology de instalação de driver com interface de usuário e driver Intel® Optane™ memória Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST), disponível no Centro de downloads da Intel® Instalador do Windows 7*, Windows 8.1* ou Windows® 10 de 64 bits* Unidades (uma das seguintes combinações): Uma unidade SATA de 2,5" e uma unidade M.2 SATA Duas SSDs M.2 NVMe (suportadas por NUC11PHKi7C[x], NUC9i[x]QNX, NUC9V[x]QNX, NUC8i7HNK, NUC8i7HVK e NUC6i7KYK apenas). Navegar Para Avançado > Configuração de complemento > Tecnologia de armazenamento Intel Rapid, Então Selecione Criar volume RAID .. Nota Você verá a tela abaixo se o Windows descarocar o Driver de armazenamento Rapid.. Para criar um volume RAID, você precisa ver dois discos nos discos físicos que não são RAID: seção.. Clique Avançado > Configuração de complemento > Tecnologia de armazenamento Intel Rapid > Criar volume RAID .. Nota Para habilitar o RAID em um Intel® NUC8i5INH ou o Intel® NUC8i7INH: Pressione F2 durante a inicialização para entrar na configuração do BIOS.

Resolved Issues: - Intel RST - Pinning function reset problem - System lost after disable TG from BIOS - After creating Raid0 using all Nvme remapped devices, enable Optane Memory option is still available - Disabled Optane via Intel RST Optane Memory and Storage Management, shows keeping 100% - Intel RST driver report gsfailure causing bug check during update (update failed and rolled back) - Third party NvME SSD lost during Modern Standby test.. RAID, Intel Optane memory, CPU Attached Storage), it is recommended that both the Intel RST pre-OS and Intel RST OS driver components are updated.. Users should update to the latest Intel RST version.. Users should update to the latest Intel RST version.. - Enabling Intel Optane memory with H10 (Teton glacier) SSD recommendation Intel Optane Memory H10 must be enabled in AC mode.. - Intel Optane memory volume roaming: Intel Optane memory volume when moved from Intel RST Premium with Intel Optane System Acceleration (RAID Mode) to AHCI/nonOptane mode configuration and switched back to Intel RST Premium with Intel Optane System Acceleration (RAID Mode) can make the drive non-bootable.. Install the defaults and reboot the computer 3.. Click [Yes] to start the enable process 9.

Resolved Issues: - Observing failure while running RCmpSata.efi in EFI shell with H10 - Status FAILED_DISK should not be applied to Optane - Intel RST Application Crashes with System Power off and Power On - The warning message for "Confirm Disabling Intel Optane Memory" is truncated in Intel Optane Memory and Storage Management UI - Wrong wording in Performance Mode Note in Intel Optane Memory and Storage Management UI - NCQ field shows different value than Intel RST UI - Intel Optane Memory and Storage Management does not recognize events from older Intel RST driver - Most recent published date is not included in copyright information in Intel Optane Memory and Storage Management UI - Intel Optane Memory and Storage Management UI license interface show English on Norwegian language system.. - Intel RST Optane Driver Does Not Implement Control Flow Guard (CFG) - Info about pinned files is missing after update from an older RST driver - 0xA0 INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR caused by iaStorAC.sys while entering S4 - S3 resume fail when INTEL RST on + Remapped on - System BSOD when resume from S3 with RAID1 + HDD password with RST driver - Intel RST UEFI driver reports garbage names of some ODD - Unit can't boot to OS and show error message "Default Boot Device Missing or Boot Failed" after disable Optane in BIOS RST HII menu.. New features and updates: - Disable File Cache for Intel Optane Memory H10 - Intel Optane Memory and Storage Manage Status: The Intel Optane Memory and Storage Management Status Screen will display a message to inform the end user that pinning files/folders/applications is not available and how to re-enable Optane Pinning feature using the UI - Re-enable Pinning feature by End user - No impact to File Cache after RST driver Upgrade - Bandwidth Aggregation support for Intel Optane Memory H10 in DC mode - Improvement in Idle Cache cleanup for Intel Optane Hybrid device - NVMe IOCTL Pass through support in WinPE - Unique RAID alternate ID per platform generation - Intel Optane Memory and Storage Management UI enhancements - Intel Optane Memory and Storage Management application will support displaying limited system and storage related information when SATA Mode is set to AHCI.. This feature required both the latest Intel RST driver and Intel Optane Memory and Storage Management UI.. - Intel Optane Memory with H10 SSD recommendation - Intel Optane Memory H10 must be enabled in AC mode.. - Intel Optane memory volume roaming: Intel Optane memory volume when moved from Intel RST Premium with Intel Optane System Acceleration (RAID Mode) to AHCI/non-Optane mode configuration and switched back to Intel RST Premium with Intel Optane System Acceleration (RAID Mode) can make the drive non-bootable.. - RTD3: If RTD3 is enabled, Windows can turn off disk for very short time (e.g. 20ms).. Install the defaults and reboot the computer 3.. System reboots into Windows to complete the enabling process.

CPU (Image credit: Rich Edmonds / Windows Central)In the box with the Intel NUC, you'll receive certain parts.. Some bundles of the Intel NUC also come with RAM and solid-state drive (SSD) storage included, but this isn't always the case.. Besides a monitor, a keyboard, and a mouse so you can interact with your new PC, you'll need to supply storage and RAM if you bought a NUC that didn't supply those, and importantly, a Windows 10 license.. If you're looking for a 2.5-inch drive for one of the cheaper, square model NUCs, the best choice would be a Samsung 860 Evo (opens in new tab) in either 250GB or 500GB sizes.. Samsung 960 EVO (Image credit: Windows Central)If you'd like to spend a little less, a 250GB WD Blue SSD (opens in new tab) would also be a good choice.. If you're building a portable powerhouse from one of Intel's Skull Canyon NUCs, you might want to stick an NVMe SSD in there instead.. Surface Ergonomic Keyboard If you want a great keyboard you could do a lot worse than Microsoft's superb Surface Ergonomic Keyboard (opens in new tab) at $109.. That all seems like a lot, but it's worth remembering that buying a desktop PC pre-built will still usually have you hunting for a better keyboard and mouse, and you'll need to provide your own monitor.. What the NUC does is allow you a little flexibility to build a really small PC that suits your own needs, while giving you a leg up by providing some of the more expensive parts up front.

Hướng dẫn này cho thấy quy trình thiết lập phần mềm RAID bằng phương pháp SATA (AHCI) và phương pháp PCIe (NVMe) và cung cấp tài nguyên để thiết lập RAID trong Linux*.. Ổ đĩa flash USB Phần mềm Cài đặt Trình điều khiển Intel® Rapid Storage Technology mới nhất được trang bị Bộ nhớ Intel® Optane™ hoặc Trình điều khiển và Giao diện Người dùng Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST), có sẵn trên Trung tâm tải xuống Intel® Trình cài đặt Windows 7*, Windows 8.1*, hoặc Windows® 10 64 bit* Ổ đĩa (một trong các tổ hợp sau): Một ổ đĩa SATA 2,5" và một ổ M.2 SATA Hai SSD M.2 NVMe (được hỗ trợ bởi NUC11PHKi7C[x], NUC9i[x]QNX, NUC9V[x]QNX, NUC8i7HNK, NUC8i7HVK và NUC6i7NHK). Lưu ý Bạn sẽ nhìn thấy màn hình bên dưới nếu Windows tìm Trình điều khiển lưu trữ nhanh.. Thiết lập (các) Bộ điều khiển SATA Để Bật .. Chọn, Tạo ổ đĩa RAID.. Cắm trình cài đặt Windows của bạn vào bất kỳ cổng USB nào trên Intel NUC và nhấn nút nguồn để khởi động Intel NUC.. Chọn, Bộ nhớ và Bộ lưu trữ và điều hướng đến Sowtware Cài đặt Trình điều khiển Lưu trữ Nhanh Intel® mới nhất với trình cài đặt Bộ® Intel® Optane.. Chọn Tạo ổ đĩa RAID.. Cài đặt Windows*.. Nhập Một lần nữa Thiết lập BIOS, bằng cách nhấn F2 trong khi khởi động.. Chọn Tạo ổ đĩa RAID .. Lưu ý Để kích hoạt RAID trên Intel® NUC8i5INH hoặc Intel® NUC8i7INH: Nhấn F2 trong khi khởi động để vào Cài đặt BIOS.. Lưu ý Trên Intel® NUC9V[x]QNX hoặc Intel® NUC9i[x]QNX, ổ đĩa RAID0 và RAID1 chỉ có thể được xây dựng trên bộ lưu trữ có sẵn trên NuC Element.Nếu bạn kết nối các ổ lưu trữ bổ sung với bảng mạch cơ bản, chúng không thể được thêm vào cùng ổ đĩa RAID0 hoặc RAID1 như ổ đĩa tích hợp trên Phần tử NUC.Có thể xem thêm thông tin trong Thông số Kỹ thuật Sản phẩm .

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