Yeah, you read that right, a DDR3 Memory adapter for M.2. SSDs ?! Innodisk is a manufacturer for memory and storage products as many of you know. Now if you'd use NAND flas as system memory then a solid state SSD as memory would deliver very slow RAM performance right?, so after checking it with InnoDISK they told us that this converter module only uses voltage from the DDR3 slot. Then with the top connector you can connect the module towards a SATA connector. So its not using pci-express-lanes.
To boost performance there will be two M.2. units on the adapter, which you can setup in RAID (JMicron). The question begs as to why would you do all this ? Well, you can use this module without having a physical M.2. slot and thus install a M.2. SSD.
Okay I agree, this is a too weird solution. Just connect a regular SSD ? I mean RAID or not, if you are connecting it towards a SATA3 sport, the performance will be the same anyway right ?
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