HighPoint SSD7505 PCIe 4.0 x16 4-Channel M.2 NVMe RAID Controller

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HighPoint SSD7505 PCIe 4.0 x16 4-Channel M.2 NVMe RAID Controller
Key Features
  • PCIe 4.0 x16 Bus Interface
  • 4 x M.2 NVMe Ports
  • Supports 2242, 2260, 2280 & 22110 SSDs
  • Dedicated PCIe 4.0 x4 Channel per Port
Compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux, the SSD7505 PCIe 4.0 x16 4-Channel M.2 NVMe RAID Controller from HighPoint is a four-channel M.2 NVME RAID controller that connects to your host system using its PCIe 4.0 x4 interface. It is equipped with four M.2 NVMe 2242, 2260, 2280, and 22110 SSD slots, each of which is powered using dedicated PCIe 4.0 x4 bandwidth. The SSD7505 has a full-height form factor and supports RAID 0, 1, 10, and Single. It maintains cool operations using an aluminum heatsink, a fan, and a thermal pad. It has a Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) rating of 920,585 hours.
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HighPoint SSD7505 Overview

Compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux, the SSD7505 PCIe 4.0 x16 4-Channel M.2 NVMe RAID Controller from HighPoint is a four-channel M.2 NVME RAID controller that connects to your host system using its PCIe 4.0 x4 interface. It is equipped with four M.2 NVMe 2242, 2260, 2280, and 22110 SSD slots, each of which is powered using dedicated PCIe 4.0 x4 bandwidth. The SSD7505 has a full-height form factor and supports RAID 0, 1, 10, and Single. It maintains cool operations using an aluminum heatsink, a fan, and a thermal pad. It has a Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) rating of 920,585 hours.

General Features
Independent PCIe Gen4 x16 NVMe RAID Storage Performance for AMD Platforms
HighPoint's 7500 Series combines dedicated PCIe Gen4 x16 host connectivity with RAID technology to deliver efficient 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 fast response times.
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 this fast 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.
RAID 1/0 (Security and Speed)
Unique to HighPoint NVMe RAID solutions, RAID 1/0 (also known as RAID 10) requires a minimum of 4 NVMe SSDs. It will mirror the data of one striped array to a second, hidden striped 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 reduces the TBW lifespan of NVMe SSDs.
RAID 0 (Speed)
Also known as a striped array, this mode delivers maximum performance and requires a minimum of two NVMe SSDs.
RAID 1 (Security)
This mode creates a hidden duplicate of the target SSD, and requires two NVMe SSD' to configure. RAID 1 is good for bootable volumes.
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.
Comprehensive NVMe RAID Support
HighPoint 7500 Series NVMe RAID controllers will automatically recognize new NVMe SSDs as single drives- no configuration necessary. In addition, their comprehensive NVMe RAID stack enables each controller to support RAID multiple RAID 0, 1 or 10 arrays, or mixed configurations of single disks and RAID storage.
Efficient, Low-Noise Hyper-Cooling Solution
SSD7500 series RAID controllers benefit from a completely new, ground-up redesign of HighPoint's NVMe cooling system. HighPoint's Low-Noise Hyper-Cooling solution ensures your NVMe SSDs consistently operate within their recommended temperature thresholds, even under sustained heavy I/O, by combining a full length anodized aluminum heat sink with a durable, near-silent fan, and high-conductivity thermal pad. This innovative, efficient cooling system rapidly transfers waste heat away from critical NVMe and controller components without introducing unwanted distraction into your work environment.
Comprehensive NVMe RAID Management - Graphical or Text Interfaces
When it comes to maintaining critical storage configurations, each customer has specific needs and preferences. Both management interfaces share universal layouts across all major operating systems and can be administered locally or remotely via an internet connection. The Web RAID Management Interface (WebGUI) is a simple, intuitive web-based management tool and is ideal for customers who are new to RAID technology. The CLI (command line interface) is a powerful, text-only management interface designed for advanced users and professional administrators. Comprehensive user guides are available for both interfaces are available from each controller's Software Updates webpage.

Both interfaces were designed to streamline NVMe Storage Management. Customers can easily track TBW (Terabytes Written) and the temperature of each individual NVMe SSD, ensure the SSD7180 controller is using the fastest available PCIe slot, configure an event log with email notification, and monitor the status of critical RAID configurations in person or remotely via an internet connection.
UPC: 643653750511

HighPoint SSD7505 Specs

General
Host InterfacePCI Express 4.0 x16
M.24 x M Key 2242, 2260, 2280, 22110 (PCIe 4.0 x4)
RAIDRAID 0, 1, 10, Single
OS CompatibilityWindows 10
Windows Server 2016 or Later
macOS 10.13 or Later
Linux 3.10 or Later
*As of November, 2020: Check with manufacturer for the most up-to-date compatibility
Power
Power Consumption17.72 W (Typical)
Environmental
Operating Temperature37 to 87°F / 5 to 55°C
Storage Temperature-4 to 176°F / -20 to 80°C
Physical
Form FactorFull-Height
Cooling1 x Fan
CertificationsCE, FCC, REACH, RoHS, WEEE
*as per Manufacturer
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)0.92 Million Hours
Dimensions7.68 x 4.41 x 0.81" / 19.51 x 11.2 x 2.06 cm
Weight1.32 lb / 0.6 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.355 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.2 x 7.8 x 2.8"

HighPoint SSD7505 Reviews

Bios and drivers are difficult to setup

By Alex
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-15

If you accidentally install the bios incorrectly youll have to reset the cmos.

Much better than onboard RAID control

By Leslie
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-12

Moving from my on board RAID controller to a dedicated card was a game changer. Using my motherboard in RAID 0 had no problem with Sequential reads/writes, but the random reads were painfully slow. I moved to a PCI riser card (Gigabytes Aorus) so I could have more drives and a possible bonus of the bifurcated PCI lanes would be a bit quicker. Same performance. I finally bit the bullet and picked up this card. It has been FLAWLESS. The random read performance is within spitting distance of a single drive. Absolutely thrilled with this setup. fwiw: Asus x399-e Gaming Threadripper 1950x 970 Evo Plus 1TB drives Now I just need to get PCI4 capable stuff together so I can really put it through its paces

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Can this run in a 4.0 16 slot in an 8x ...

Can this run in a 4.0 16 slot in an 8x configuration? Meaning only 8 lanes.
Asked by: Steve
With no bios bifurcation in an X16 four NVMe drives can be used. In an 8X socket two drives can be used with each having 4 lanes for the drives. In raid 0 that would give you 2x the speed of a single drive.
Answered by: MAX
Date published: 2022-06-12
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