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    Cloning ssd to nvme, when one nvme port already filled..

    Hi RoG'ers... hope all are well.

    Im pretty good with pc's or i guess i wouldnt have ROG stuff! ;-)

    However..... I have been stepping into the realms of Nvme drives...

    I have an Asus ROG strix z370-E with 32gb ram and i7-8700k...
    I already have a WD SN750 500GB Nvme drive for 3d software and some games(secondary drive)
    I currently boot from a Sandisk 3d ultra 1TB....Although, I have just purchased in black friday deals, another WD sn750 (this time 1TB) and I would like to clone my boot drive to it.

    The original (secondary) nvme drive is located in the bottom most m2 socket, hence the top m2 (near cpu) is empty.

    I believe that this port is linked in some way to the primary sata port ... in which case.... how do i clone my boot(c ssd to the new nvme drive?

    Or will i have to change things in the bios first, that will affect how i do things before/during/after cloning?

    The drive wont arrive until tomorrow or sunday so i have some time to play with..

    I am at work at the moment so i cant supply any further information than I have done, until later on.

    But id really appreciate some assistance so i do things perfectly..

    I do appreciate that you usually need a bigger target drive than source drive but im sure i cna shrink the (c volume to make things smoother... also.. how will my programs already installed, deal with everything... will they be ok? or should i just wipe everything and do a clean install as i usually do... ?

    thanks for reading. hope you folks can help.

    Much love. regards, Matt

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