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    Dec 2011

    Can I use the M.2 SSD under Windows 7 without any restrictions?

    Now I have several SSD drives with SATA interface, but I need one M.2, which will have 2 main partitions. The active partition will be bootable (the system will be restored to it). I don't want to install any drivers

    Or can I somehow do without NVMe to make this drive work in PCIe mode or else? If I'm not mistaken, it's possible to change the operating mode in BIOS. If so, will I lose anything in terms of performance?

    I have never used such drives before... To be honest, I don’t really want to. But the system should be a little more responsive I hope.

    I'm tired of waiting for 2-3 seconds until the email client or browser opens

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