Industry’s Fastest NVMe RAID Controllers

HighPoint’s SSD7100 series are the industry’s fastest NVMe RAID controllers, and are capable of delivering sustained transfer performance in excess of 13,000MB/s with just four NVMe SSD’s. Unlike the majority of NVMe controllers and solutions available in today’s marketplace, which restricts the total performance output to just x4 lanes, our unique hardware architecture provides dedicated PCIe 3.0 x4 (32Gb/s) bus bandwidth for each NVMe SSD! In addition, SSD7100 series controllers can be easily installed into any system with a free PCIe 3.0 x16 slot.

SSD7100 Series NVMe RAID Controllers deliver truly mind-blowing levels of performance! Unlike onboard based NVMe solutions, which are forced to share a single PCIe 3.0 x4 lane with the motherboard’s SATA and USB ports, SSD7100 controllers feature dedicated PCIe 3.0 x16 bus bandwidth. This unique architecture allows the SSD’s to interface directly with the platform’s CPU, and unlocks the true potential of your NVMe storage.

A Paradigm shift for Compact System Acceleration

SSD7100 Series NVMe RAID Controllers pack the power of a 20x SATA SSD RAID Array into a compact, stand-alone PCIe device that can be easily installed into nearly any type of workstation or server platform. This unconventional approach to NVMe storage represents a paradigm shift in the development of system acceleration solutions. Compact workstations and servers can now tackle complex projects and workflows that were once exclusive to specialized, large-scale hardware platforms.

Over 13,000 MB's
from a compact PCIe device!

Independent, Stand-Alone NVMe RAID Solutions

SSD7100 Series NVMe RAID Controllers are truly independent NVMe RAID solutions, and were designed for easy integration into commercially available, Intel and AMD based high-performance desktops, workstations, and server platforms. Unlike most NVMe controllers or drive solutions featured in today’s marketplace, the SSD7100 Series can be used with nearly any system that has a free PCIe 3.0 x16 slot, and are fully compatible with Windows, macOS or Linux operating systems.

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Shields & Cools Your SSD’s – Zero Performance Throttling!

Highly-stressed hardware environments designed to host professional media applications produce a great deal of waste heat, especially during peak I/O.

SSDD7100 Series NVMe RAID Controllers were engineered to excel in such conditions. The all-aluminum casing naturally dissipates heat away from the NVMe modules, and features an integrated fan /heat sink that eject excess heat away from vital components to keep ambient temperatures manageable and cool.

This efficient cooling system prevents the SSDs from throttling back performance to avoid overheating, and ensures maximum transfer performance even during the most intense workloads.

Integrated TRIM & SMART Monitoring with TBW Tracking

Each SSD7100 NVME RAID Controller includes our intuitive NVMe Manager software interface, which features TRIM support, and SMART monitoring with total Terabyte Written (TBW) tracking. TRIM support promotes the longevity and endurance of NVMe storage by enabling each SSD to handle garbage collection more efficiently, which helps eliminate write speed degradation. SMART monitoring allows you to check a variety of physical attributes of each NVMe SSD, including temperature readings, voltage and TBW. The interface updates attribute data in real time, and can be even be configured to notify you by Email, in the event of an error condition or threshold warning.

Comprehensive NVMe RAID Capability

SSD7100 Series NVMe RAID Controllers employ our industry proven RAID stack, and support up to four NVMe SSD’s in one or more RAID 0, 1, and 1/0 configurations. The NVMe SSD’s can be set to operate independently if desired, and RAID arrays can be scaled or upgraded, as the needed, for additional performance or storage capacity.

Each controller includes a simple, intuitive web-based RAID management interface designed to provide a wealth of monitoring and configuration options for novice and experts alike. A Quick Configuration menu allows new users to get everything up and running with a few simple clicks. Experienced Pros can fine tune configurations for specific applications using the Advanced Options menu.

SSD7110: All-in-One Hot & Cold Storage Solution

The SSD7110's three M.2 NVMe ports and four SFF-8643 Connectors can host blazing fast NVMe RAID storage and up to 16 SAS or SATA hard drives for high-density configurations. This unique approach to secondary storage expansion makes the SD7110 ideally suited for applications that require Hot and Cool RAID Storage in an All-in-One solution. The SSD7110 is capable of supporting up to 160TB of storage capacity, including up to 140TB in a dual-parity redundant RAID 6 configuration, in addition to 6TB of high-speed NVMe storage.

SSD7100 Series NVMe RAID Controllers

HighPoint NVMe RAID Controllers are the industry's fastest PCIe 3.0 x16 NVMe RAID Controllers, and were designed for High-End Desktops, Professional Workstations, and Customing Gaming platforms. Each SSD7100 Series RAID Controller delivers dedicated PCIe 3.0 x4 Bandwidth for each M.2 & U.2 Ports.

Model Cross Sync NVME RAID Level Boot Support Hybrid (NVMe/SAS)
SSD7101A-1 0, 1, 1/0, JBOD n/a n/a
SSD7103 n/a RAID 0, 1, 1/0 n/a
SSD7110 n/a 0, 1, 1/0
SSD7120 0, 1, 1/0, JBOD n/a n/a


NVMe | RAID | PCIe 3.0 x16

  • Dedicated PCIe 3.0 x4 bandwidth for each NVMe M.2 SSD
  • Supports up to 4 off-the-shelf M.2 NVMe SSD’s
  • Scale Performance across multiple SSD7101A-1 controllers

(Replacement for SSD7102)

NVMe | RAID | PCIe 3.0 x16

  • Comprehensive NVMe Boot Support: RAID 0, 1, 1/0
  • Dedicated PCIe 3.0 x4 bandwidth for each NVMe M.2 SSD
  • Supports up to 4 off-the-shelf M.2 NVMe SSD’s


NVMe | RAID | PCIe 3.0 x16

  • 3x M.2 NVMe ports
  • 4x SFF-8643 ports support up to 16 SAS/SATA hard drives
  • Linux, Windows & macOS


NVMe | RAID | PCIe 3.0 x16

  • Dedicated PCIe 3.0 x4 bandwidth for each NVMe U.2 SSD
  • Supports up to 4 off-the-shelf U.2 NVMe SSD’s
  • Scalable Performance across multiple RAID Controllers