GRAID launches SupremeRAID SR-1010: 110GB/s read speed with GPU acceleration
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GRAID launches SupremeRAID SR-1010: 110GB/s read speed with GPU acceleration.
When it comes to RAID cards, a dedicated RAID controller is usually used inside, but this is not the case with GRAID’s SupremeRAID series.
Continuous read speed and provide 19 million 4K random read IOPS, it has a NVIDIA RTX A2000 GPU to act as an AI engine, which can help the CPU to handle I/O operations and reduce the burden on the CPU.
The I/O operations of traditional RAID cards are ultimately handled by the CPU. In fact, we all know that the parallel processing capability of the GPU is actually much stronger than that of the CPU.
The SupremeRAID SR-1010 uses the RTX A2000 GPU to help the CPU process these. I/O, and greatly improve processing efficiency, this RAID card adopts PCI-E 4.0 x16 interface, can support up to 32 NVMe SSDs, and can support RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10 modes, targeting the data center market .
The performance of SupremeRAID SR-1010 is shown in the above table, it will be much better under Linux system than Windows system, the best performance under RAID 10 mode, continuous read speed reaches 110GB/s, write speed 25GB/s, 4K Random reading and writing are 19 million and 6 million IOPS respectively.
The performance in RAID 5 and RAID 6 modes is relatively low, but the available capacity is larger, and the performance is far superior to ordinary RAID cards.
The RTX A2000 GPU it uses is based on the GA106 core, has 3328 CUDA units, and is equipped with 192bit/6GB of GDDR6 video memory.
This RAID card is a half-height dual-slot size.
The power consumption is 70W, and it has a small turbo fan to dissipate heat. It will start shipping on May 1, and the price is unknown.
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