Windows 10: M.2 SSD not being able to boot from it, windows doesn't recognise. Solved

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       19 Jul 2017 #31

    I have a 960 evo, it runs upper 30s to 40 under load with Texas ambient temps
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  2.    19 Jul 2017 #32

    Hi,

    OK, thanks guys.
    I use HWinfo64 to check the drive's temperature.
    Moved it to an ATX casing with much better (but noisier) cooling than the whisper quiet Fujitsu P956 and it now idles at around 40 degrees C which is much better than the 70 degrees C before.
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