WOW @lihp , oh my goodness thank you so much for taking the time to share all this.
I will certainly go over this.
The hardware environment I get to play with is:
7525 Dell server with dual AMD EPYC 7252 8c/16t. and the storage in question is 6 (soon to be 8) 8TB Samsung PM9A3 NVMe U.2 drives...
ooph. not good. have you found any good alternatives? I've tried Dell's S150, Windows server 2022 Storage Spaces, StarWind's SAN software. So far the best is SS (about 50-65% of single disk), worse is StarWind's by far (about 10-20% of single disk), but admittedly that could be a settings issue.
@lihp Hi there, I have been trying unsuccessfully to get a satisfactory (better than a single drive) software RAID10 (or 5/6) speed with 6 NVMe's.
I wanted to try RAIDIX Era 4 but the free license directed me to a google drive with just documentation. Still waiting on a response from them, but...
Wife likes it still. If you read my convo with wildpig1234 you'll see I had reservations about it for my super particular workflow.
For 99% of users out there, it's great.
edit: just re-read old posts, maybe we talked more in private, or in my head? Anyway, If you're hoping for high AdobeRGB...
Haha definitely. if I had my druthers, a 32 4k in the middle and 2 of these on the sides rotated portrait mode:
Oh cool, yeah that should work with DisplayCal
I'm not sure how up to date the software is, but it should work. I use this to calibrate mine for photography use. Wish it would work for print, but I'd need an actual spectrophotometer instead of thie X-rite i1Display Studio