- Feb 15, 2018
- Aorus x299 Gaming 7 Pro
- RTX 2080
- Mobile Phone
yes but I'm using Mac OS journaled FS not APFS. I don't know if apple will ever add APFS support for RAID. a mean i can create a RAID0 array with APFS but is not bootable, that was the last time I tried when High Sierra first came out, but I don't if it might work now because apple added support for fusion drives and mechanical drives, the reason why I think it didn't work before is because APFS create that preboot volume and I think that volume is not created when I create a RAID0 or if the volume is created but certain files are not being written to that location because is in RAID0 I don't remember which one but is one of those 2, so that's probably the reason why RAID0 is not bootable with APFS, i will only give another try when the official version of Mojave is out, it will be awesome to have Mojave in APFS in RAID0Are you using the macOS RAID to boot your NVMe array?
there is also a 3rd party app called sofraid but is a comercial app, some people use it, but I create the raid using disk utility and is bootable on Mac OS High Sierra