Windows 10: does Samsung 960 EVO support Asus Z87 Deluxe Moth. with i7-4770k ?

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  1.    21 Jun 2017 #21

    Hi,

    Further to the above, there are M.2 adaptor cards that convert the M.2 slot into a PCIe 3.0 x4 slot.

    I'm not sure, but I believe that an NVME SSD can operate on a non-NVMe board. I wouldn't be surprised if the performance loss was trivial (for non-server applications).
    Sure, plenty of servers out there that support these as mere storage devices in PCIe slots.

    Cheers,
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  2.    21 Jun 2017 #22

    bobkn said: View Post
    Sorry, no. There are NVMe drives intended for regular PCI-E slots. The ones for servers may not be available at all in M.2.
    You seem to want to win an argument so let me put this to rest. We're talking specifically about Samsung's NVMe SSD drives which require an m.2 slot. Period.

    Further, the OP is talking about using an m.2 slotted drive on an non-native m.2 slotted motherboard (Z87) and thus their need for a PCIE adapter card. Period.

    And you might want to Google Samsung's NVMe 950 & 960 SSD drives and notice the connection port they're using.

    Let's stay on point here.

    Peace
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  3.    21 Jun 2017 #23

    sygnus21 said: View Post
    You seem to want to win an argument so let me put this to rest. We're talking specifically about Samsung's NVMe SSD drives which require an m.2 slot. Period.

    Further, the OP is talking about using an m.2 slotted drive on an non-native m.2 slotted motherboard (Z87) and thus their need for a PCIE adapter card. Period.

    And you might want to Google Samsung's NVMe 950 & 960 SSD drives and notice the connection port they're using.

    Let's stay on point here.

    Peace
    Win an argument? No, sir. Getting close to the ad hominem, I think.

    Look at your post (#16) again. If you weren't making general claims about NVMe drives, you could have written it more clearly. Regardless of that, it's mostly incorrect.

    I don't need the last word, but this will be my last in this thread.
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  4.    21 Jun 2017 #24

    Thanks.
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  5.    21 Jun 2017 #25

    for knowledge

    AHCI only support 32 commands at a time

    while NVMe support 65000 commands at a time

    those M/B which didnt support NVMe on PCIe fully , and uses AHCI
    then user will not get that potential amount of outcome-performance on old M/B even if they detect and run NVMe SSD
    ( i think so )

    Chipset must 1st-Natively support NVMe , M.2 as mention by M/B manufacturer+CPU requirement starts from Haswell Refresh


    cheers
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