Seems like according to the link below, SSD doesn't use READ CACHE.
How are your SSD connected to the motherboard? Maybe you need to use SATA Hard drives for the cache to work on your motherboard. I am just guessing.
This link from Microsoft explaining Cache on SSD: Understanding the cache in Storage Spaces Direct | Microsoft Docs
This table summarizes which drives are used for caching, which are used for capacity, and what the caching behavior is for each deployment possibility.
Deployment Cache drives Capacity drives Cache behavior (default) All NVMe None (Optional: configure manually) NVMe Write-only (if configured) All SSD None (Optional: configure manually) SSD Write-only (if configured) NVMe + SSD NVMe SSD Write-only NVMe + HDD NVMe HDD Read + Write SSD + HDD SSD HDD Read + Write NVMe + SSD + HDD NVMe SSD + HDD Read + Write for HDD, Write-only for SSD
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Yes that is a bug in AMD Chipset. If you have a NON-AMD GPU Card it won't install. But there is a way to make it work. You need to add a line to the .INI file. Follow the instructions from this thread to show you how: https://community.amd.com/message/2843257#comment-2843257?q=CHIPSET%20and%20Nvidia%20GPU
This is the correct method to make the AMD CHIPSET work and install on NON-AMD GPU systems:
Re: Why can't AMD fix their chipset driver installer to work properly? I STILL can't install on system with 990FX MB and Nvidia graphics.
Progress / Partial success to report!
I went to https://support.amd.com/en-us/download/chipset?os=Windows+10+-+64 (previously) and downloaded the chipset driver package (no RAID drivers): amd-chipset-drivers.exe.
I edited the /config/InstallManager.cfg file to include "CHIPSETBUILD=true":
And... It worked. I was able to install the USB filter driver from this package (one of the issues I've been having is USB related):
So, we know we're on the right track. Now all I want is to be able to install the updated AHCI driver (and any other chipset drivers) and I'll be happy.
BTW - I've decided not to run Windows/RAID on my second system - I'm turning it into a FreeNAS server instead, hopefully the needed Linux drivers are already included in the package (although they strongly recommend Intel-based systems I already have this motherboard, CPU, and memory).