The SSD7540 delivers an unprecedented level of storage capacity and performance. The eight independent M.2 ports, cutting-edge Gen4 switch chipset, and latest iteration of HighPoint’s blazing fast NVMe RAID engine deliver an unbeatable 28,000MB/s of transfer speed while supporting up to 64TB of storage!
HighPoint’s 7500 Series combine dedicated, cutting edge PCIe Gen4 x16 host connectivity with our industry proven RAID technology to deliver unbeatable 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 near instant response time.
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 the industry’s fastest 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 & 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 stripe array to a second, hidden stripe 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 reduce the TBW life span of NVMe SSDs.
RAID 0 (Speed) - Also known as a “stripe” array, this mode delivers Maximum Performance, and requires a minimum of 2 NVMe SSDs.
RAID 1 (Security) - This mode creates a hidden duplicate of the target SSD, and requires 2 NVMe SSDs to configure. RAID 1 is ideal for bootable volumes.
Up to 4x M.2 SSD's
Up to 2x M.2 SSD's
Up to 4x Individual boot volumes
HighPoint 7500 Series NVMe RAID controllers will automatically recognize new NVMe SSDs as single drives- no configuration necessary. In addition, our 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.
HighPoint is now shipping pre-configured, out of the box ready NVMe RAID storage, with little to no markup!
HighPoint FnL NVMe RAID AIC Drives deliver unbeatable performance and massive storage capacity with hassle-free installation at the industry’s most affordable price points.
|SSD7540 RAID controller benefits from a completely new, ground-up redesign of our proven NVMe cooling system. HighPoint’s Low-Noise Hyper-Cooling solution ensures your NVMe SSD’s consistently operate within their recommended temperature thresholds, even under sustained heavy I/O, by combining a full length anodized aluminum heat sink with dual, ultra-durable, near-silent fans, and an high-conductivity thermal pad. This innovative, ultra- efficient cooling system rapidly transfers waste heat away from critical NVMe and controller componentry, without introducing unwanted distraction into your work environment.||
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, and 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 SSD7000 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.
SSD7502 – PCIe 4.0 x16 / 2x M.2 Ports
The SSD7502 is the industry's fastest Dual-Port PCIe Gen4 RAID controller, and features bootable RAID support for Windows and Linux based platforms. The low-profile SSD7502 incoporates a state of the art Gen4 PCIe Switch Chipset to ensure each M.2 port has x4 lanes of dedicated bandwidth.
SSD7505 – PCIe 4.0 x16 / 4x M.2 Ports
The SSD7505 is our fastest 4-channel M.2 NVMe RAID controller. The dedicated PCIe 4.0 x16 bandwidth combined with our latest NVMe RAID stack delivers unbeatable performance in a compact, easy to integrate package.
SSD7540 – PCIe 4.0 x16 / 8x M.2 Ports
The SSD7540 allows customers to add up to 8x Gen4 NVMe SSD’s to any industry standard PCIe 4.0 capable motherboard using a single compact controller card. SSD7540 RAID controllers directly host up to eight 2242/2260/2280 M.2 NVMe SSD’s configured to act independently or into one or more RAID 0, 1, and 10 (1/0) configurations.
|Model||Bus Bandwidth||Device Channels||NVMe Form Factor / Port Type||NVME RAID Level||RAID Boot||Single SSD Boot||Cross Sync|
|SSD7540||x16||8x M.2||2242 / 2260 / 2280||Single, 0, 1, 1/0||n/a|