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    Quote Originally Posted by x-rated View Post
    SSDs can use another 24 lanes available from PCH
    I'm sorry if I'm a retard.. Haha!

    Here's what I'm getting https://www.samsung.com/semiconducto...nsumer/970pro/ and does the top right slot where the NVMe drive goes (OR is the top right slot NOT for NVMe - I dont have the board yet) use a different set of lanes?

    I'm sorry if I'm not following you

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    there are 16 lanes from CPU, usually used for one graphics card in x16 mode or 2 graphics cards in x8 mode + another 24 lanes from PCH for other PCIE cards, SSDs etc and all boards support NVMe

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    Quote Originally Posted by x-rated View Post
    there are 16 lanes from CPU, usually used for one graphics card in x16 mode or 2 graphics cards in x8 mode + another 24 lanes from PCH for other PCIE cards, SSDs etc and all boards support NVMe
    Thank you so much. That explains it Sometimes I need explanation like I'm 5 Appreciate your time!!!

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