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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array MrAgapiGC PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    I own a 960 EVO myself, and I have installed SAMSUNG NVMe drivers and I have no issue with this config :

    - Motherboard : ASUS ROG Strix Z370-F
    - BIOS : 1601 (the last one for my motherboard)
    - NVIDIA drivers : 417.22 (the last one)
    - Realtek drivers : 6.0.1.8586 UAD (the last one)
    - Intel drivers : All the latest (apart from the iGPU drivers since I do not use the iGPU)
    - SAMSUNG NVMe drivers : 3.0.0.1802 (the last one)
    - Windows : Windows 10 Pro 64 bit 1809/October Update/RS5 [17763.168] (the last one)

    - Fast Boot (BIOS) : Enabled
    - CSM (BIOS) : Disabled (Full UEFI)
    - Secure Boot (BIOS) : Windows UEFI Mode
    - Fast Startup (Windows) : Disabled by disabling totally hibernation with this command in cmd (as administrator) : powercfg.exe /hibernate off


    The issue mainly concerns people who have Fast Startup (Windows) enabled. I understand that some want at all costs to have the Fast Startup enabled, in this case, only the uninstall of SAMSUNG NVMe drivers (and use Microsoft drivers instead) can solve the problem, waiting for SAMSUNG release new NVMe drivers.
    Since I make a clean install on the 1809, i skip the driver from Samsung. I am happy. Aside that. fast-boot if off in bios aside that the the same. I read some issues that I will confirm today afternoon, on X470 since that is the build that I am going to build, well rebuild. Samsung has a close mind that they work. so having these fix is a long wait. I all ready order another brand, xpg SU8200 pro.

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    Has someone raised this issue to Samsung or Microsoft? Do they know about this? The only way to work around is to uninstall the Samsung driver or disable Hibernation/fast boot in Windows...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merkor View Post
    Has someone raised this issue to Samsung or Microsoft? Do they know about this? The only way to work around is to uninstall the Samsung driver or disable Hibernation/fast boot in Windows...
    Is not point. uninstall the driver in safe mode and disable all those from windows. I am happy camper without it. temps are ok. If thereis more of the driver under the hood I have no idea. i order another NVME just in case these start working bad.

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    I have a Hero XI and an Samsung 970 with Samsung NVMe driver, got upgraded to 1809 yesterday, no issues, (first upgrade that haven't caused any for me actually) I don't use the fastboot thou as it makes the computer to actually boot slower in my case

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    Three systems here have taken the 1809 update - all is well.
    All systems current with latest available mainboard BIOS, latest Samsung NVMe driver (3.0.x) and all drives @ current firmware revs.
    Fastboot enabled on all systems.
    Fast Start enabled in OS

    Maximus X Hero (Wifi); booting from Samsung 960 EVO
    Crosshair VII Hero (Wifi); booting from Samsung 960 PRO
    Maximus IX Code; booting from Samsung 960 EVO
    Other systems in addition to the gaming rig in the profile specs:
    Crosshair VII (WiFi), 2700X, 32GB GSkill c14 @3200 , 960Pro 512, 860Evo 1TB, GTX1080ti, HX850, Celsius S36, Define R6, pg348q
    x470 Taichi, 2700X, 16GB GSkill c14 @3200, 960Evo 500, 860Evo 1TB, GTX1080, RM850x, Celsius S36, Define R6 usb-c, dell u3415w

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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array MrAgapiGC PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delta9K View Post
    Three systems here have taken the 1809 update - all is well.
    All systems current with latest available mainboard BIOS, latest Samsung NVMe driver (3.0.x) and all drives @ current firmware revs.
    Fastboot enabled on all systems.
    Fast Start enabled in OS

    Maximus X Hero (Wifi); booting from Samsung 960 EVO
    Crosshair VII Hero (Wifi); booting from Samsung 960 PRO
    Maximus IX Code; booting from Samsung 960 EVO

    fantastic. Question... you put CRM disable??

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    Maximus IX Code; booting from Samsung 960 EVO

    I had reboots, difficulty getting the PC to boot properly, Win10 login not working etc.
    Impossible to know if it's related to the 18298.1000 insider preview build I'm using.

    It does look like the 0602 BIOS is buggy when it comes to NVME/SATA though, very odd and inconsistent behavior.
    Sometimes not even showing the Samsung drive as a boot option, or even my SATA HD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sineira1 View Post
    Maximus IX Code; booting from Samsung 960 EVO

    I had reboots, difficulty getting the PC to boot properly, Win10 login not working etc.
    Impossible to know if it's related to the 18298.1000 insider preview build I'm using.

    It does look like the 0602 BIOS is buggy when it comes to NVME/SATA though, very odd and inconsistent behavior.
    Sometimes not even showing the Samsung drive as a boot option, or even my SATA HD.
    I have the 0605 bios in my Z370-E and I have the same problem.

    I don't want to update to the latest bios and lose performance because the patches for Meltdown and Spectre, but I might have to cause this is anoying and I haven't updated the bios I a year. Maybe more stability with 1601 bios.
    Last edited by menko2; 12-20-2018 at 07:54 AM.

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