SSD's failing is not too common. Second time in 3 months I would say is really out of the ordinary. Although that setup is really unique. I wonder how the drives are situated in that device. Are they close to the heat pipes of the CPU or GPU? Do they get hit with hot air from the setup? Do they get much airflow?
SSD's are exactly that, solid state. No moving parts. To get 2 failures in such a short amount of time, is either really unlucky, one of the controllers may be failing, or its something causing the failure like heat. Its really kind of hard to pinpoint the cause unless they tell you the reason for the first failure? This time I wonder if another of the initial drives failed and not the same as the first? specs I bring up show RAID 0 via 3x drives. If you have three drives in RAID 0, it just takes one to knock them all out. RAID 0 there is no redundancy.
RAID 0 is honestly pointless with NVMe unless you are doing video editing and encoding all day long. It's simply not needed IMO. Whether a game loads in 10 seconds, or 15 seconds, it is really that big of a deal? I would just try and setup the machine without RAID. Even if it doesn't come like that, I would look at disabling RAID.
You put a laptop with NVMe next to a laptop with NVMe RAID and tell the difference, I think you'd would be hard pressed. I have had ROG laptops with both and I couldn't tell the difference. The laptop I currently have literally boots in seconds without RAID.
Back in the day RAID was great with 133MB/sec spinner drives, but these days in the world of NVMe 3000MB+/sec drives, it takes a laptops processor longer time to crunch along then it is waiting for data.
(ROG has simply become too expensive compared to the competition with same specs... 😞 )
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