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  1. Secure Erase

    Try entering the BIOS Settings, and go into Tools, then click on Asus Secure Erase. Sometimes Secure Erase can be used to fix bad NVMe SSD / SATA SSD.
  2. Chipset Limitation

    It's a Z590 limitation within the Chipset. Whenever we use M2_3 & M2_4 it will take over the lanes which are wired to SATA ports, so SATA_5 and SATA_6 will be unusable if you plugged NVMe onto M2_3...
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    Safe

    Set those values manually, I'm using G.Skill Trident Z Neo F4-3600C16D-32GTZN using thses settings:

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