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00:01:57 1 Operating system support
00:03:52 2 Matrix Storage Manager option ROM
00:08:07 3 Rapid Storage Technology enterprise (Intel RSTe)
00:09:23 4 See also

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In 2010, Intel rebranded its computer storage technology, Matrix RAID as Rapid Storage Technology (RST). It is composed of firmware, hardware and software RAID system. This software monitors essential parts of the RAID function, including the S.M.A.R.T. parameters of connected/supported data devices. It gives an OK/NOK state of devices and RAID. Chipset and BIOS revision must match to the RST revision, and older revisions will endanger SMART monitoring. Supported Intel chipsets may change with each revision of RST.
Like all RAID(Redundant Array of Independent Disks), Intel Matrix RAID employs two or more physical hard disks which the operating system will treat as a single disk, in order to increase redundancy which avoids data loss (except RAID 0), and/or to increase the speed at which data is written to and/or read from a disk. Intel Matrix RAID is not a new RAID level. It allows different areas (e.g. partitions or logical volumes) on the same disk to be assigned to different RAID devices, unlike some other RAID controllers. Intel recommends to put any critical applications and data on a RAID 1, 5, or 10 volume, with redundancy to protect against data loss. The RAID 0 volume in Matrix RAID provides fast access to large files where data loss is not a critical issue but speed is; examples include video editing, swap files, and files that are backed up. Intel Matrix RAID, Intel Rapid RAID, and Intel Smart Response Technology are together described as Intel Rapid Storage Technology.

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