Well, there should be no surprise that the Optane module didn't work; this requires platform (PCH) and BIOS support that obviously isn't going to be here.
As for the NVMe modules, they present the standard NVMe interface required for compatibility with the standard BIOS NVMe module and with the Windows 10 NVMe device driver. I see nothing that should prevent this from working. I could stop at the facetious answer (gee, maybe AMD went out of their way to not support Intel modules), but this is obviously ridiculous (but silly enough that it is worth stating for the smile it will garner). Still, I would start at AMD and ask them what they base their "offline" state upon.
I am sure that Intel Customer Support will want to investigate this further; I leave it to them to take over here...
AMD platform with standard BIOS configuration Nvme is detected and able to use the SSD as storage and bootable purpose on Windows 10.
the OS driver loaded is from MSFT "Standard Nvme Controller Driver" and no discrepancies .observed
But issue occurs when the AMD BIOS is set to RAID, Where the Nvme is listed as offline in the RAID array creation.
if it's working as per Nvme standards, why only intel is having issue while other nvme brands are working in raid on ryzen platfrom?
Need immediate assistance on this. as i have purchased 4 Nvme devices spending hell lot of money on those devices.
Well, since Intel wrote the spec., I think I can be pretty sure that their drives are compliant. This would tend to point the hairy finger in the opposite direction. Still, we are just speculating. ICS will need to have this investigated. I would suggest, however, that you should also take the investigation the other way and contact AMD.
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We haven't heard from you in the last week. Did you have the chance to review the RAID driver features and limitations with AMD*?