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    ASUS GT752VT not happy after I bought, you can't have a true raid0?

    I bought this laptop because I'm tryed to find the best performarnce.

    Btw, the laptop is good but you can't have a true raid0 for your 2 pciexp slots.

    This is a boring situation, asus said you could have raid on your laptop but didn't say you can have a raid only for your sata ssd disk.....

    Is this right way to sell expensive laptop to customer?

    Also the techical pdf guide provided from the asus dowload center is really unuseful without technical details.

    I bought an asus because I thought asus is a serious vendor but is this true?

    I'm really getting confused...

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    Maybe it will become available in future updates.

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    Maybe ....

    But why the tecnical specs in the pdf manual are so confusing and not detailed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbuccarello View Post
    Maybe ....

    But why the tecnical specs in the pdf manual are so confusing and not detailed?
    I'm not justifyng but is a new product with all-new Technologies...we have to wait that ASUS technician resolve some issue (like RAID menù and other stuff) if you jump onto my post, i've described everything.

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    I spent over 3000 euro for this laptop, and isn't for gaming but for work..

    If you spent more money and fail because the "best" laptop vendor is not the true "best" and don't provide a good technical spec guide why justify it?


    I repeat, I spent 3000 euro.... and for work... not for gaming... Is not a game, I need to work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbuccarello View Post
    I spent over 3000 euro for this laptop, and isn't for gaming but for work..

    If you spent more money and fail because the "best" laptop vendor is not the true "best" and don't provide a good technical spec guide why justify it?


    I repeat, I spent 3000 euro.... and for work... not for gaming... Is not a game, I need to work!
    My Clevo P870DM-G supports RAID 0 for the NVMe m.2 SSDs AND the SATA SSDs/HDDs or all of them together, the possibilities are endless. Clevo is also a Taiwanese manufacturer

    Here are my specs:

    Clevo P870DM-G Laptop (Phoenix)]CPU: Intel Skylake i7-6700K @ 4.2GHz
    Memory: Samsung 64GB 2133MHz DDR4 RAM
    Graphics: 2x GeForce GTX 980M 8.0GB GDDR5 SLI
    Audio: Integrated High-Definition Audio powered by Sound Blaster X-Fi MB5
    Storage: 2x Samsung 950 Pro 512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe x4 SSD (RAID 0) + 2x Samsung Spinpoint M9T ST2000LM003 5400 RPM 32MB Cache 2TB HDD (RAID 0)
    LAN: Dual Killer DoubleShot-X3 Pro with Smart Teaming RJ-45 LAN (10/100/1000Mbps)
    Wireless: Intel Wireless-AC 8260 w/ Bluetooth 4.0
    Screen: 17.3" LG LP173WF4-SPF1 IPS FHD Matte Screen (G-SYNC)
    Power: 2x330W (600W) AC Power Adapter
    OS: Windows 10 Pro

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    Maybe it will become available in future updates.
    we have to wait that ASUS technician resolve some issue (like RAID menù and other stuff
    Don't hold your breath. With ASUS, what you see is what you get, no new features will be implemented with an update
    Maybe ASUS will release a "new" G752 model with Raid 0 support later this year, just like they did with G751 and Gsync

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    I also got a G752VT with no m.2 ssd. I just bought a 250gb 850 EVO SSD and it worked just fine for me and total cost was under 1,800USD. Just wait until asus sorts it all out.

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    So I know this isn't the response you want to hear, but here is at least something to consider. Frist off, yes it should have been clarified that Raid0 is only on SATA. But with the 950 m.2 is it really necessary? It would be amazing to be able to run two 950 m.2's in Raid0 but its not a total loss. These drives run at over 2Gbps read/wright. Even if you did a Raid on two SATA drives it would not be as fast as one 950 m.2. Again, they should have been more specific, but don't let it get you down too much when these 950's are out there

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    Meh. Samsung installed one runs at 150 mb/s. RAID'S mode could be useful For backup (raid0) or For some heavy programs that are scared about D:/ letter (RAID 0). It's not ever all about speed. Even For me that i have a 128 gig m.2 would be better buy another 128 and go raid than "waste" money For a full 256gb.

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