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    I provided some context before that comment: ...

    I provided some context before that comment:

    In addition, there are some X99 motherboards (even rather high end ones like the MSI X99S SLI PLUS) that require a 40-lane CPU to allow 4x PCIe lanes...
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    There is another thread showing that the G751 comes from the factory with an XP941 installed, so that's the only one I would be super confident will work. Since the SM951 has no OPROM (like the...
  3. The HyperX Predator M.2 looks like an interesting...

    The HyperX Predator M.2 looks like an interesting product, but when it comes to laptop machines, be aware of how much power it needs if battery life is important to you. I couldn't find a direct...
  4. Sticky: It's good to see some more community guides for...

    It's good to see some more community guides for installing Windows in UEFI mode on M.2

    We wrote a full guide, complete with video capture, for installing Windows 8.1 on the XP941 here. Hope it's...
  5. Hey Guys Thanks for posting up this...

    Hey Guys

    Thanks for posting up this information. We received a report from another ASUS Rampage V Extreme user today that they could not get the XP941 to boot until they altered this M.2 setting...
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    I also forgot to answer the latter part of your...

    I also forgot to answer the latter part of your question regarding the magician software. The XP941 is on OEM product, and in my experience, there is only very limited support for the Magician...
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    Support for the XP941 on motherboards is still...

    Support for the XP941 on motherboards is still patchy, but with the Z97 chipset here, the tide is turning. A couple of things to note on the ASUS Maximum VII Hero specs page

    1. On the overview...
  8. As you say, the two main benefits of the Crucial...

    As you say, the two main benefits of the Crucial M550 in M.2 format are the additional performance over the M4 (particularly in the lower 128GB/256GB capacities) and the nice and tiny form factor. ...
  9. Note, the M.2 (NGFF) socket in this mobo supports...

    Note, the M.2 (NGFF) socket in this mobo supports both SATA and PCIe 2.0 x1 SSD's, but like Praz said, at PCIe x1, it's slower than SATA, so you are best to look at SATA M.2 SSD's. This also applies...
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