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    The M.2 screw should come pre-installed on the standoff. On your second image, I cannot see clearly if the screw is present.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    The M.2 screw should come pre-installed on the standoff. On your second image, I cannot see clearly if the screw is present.
    I take these shots while mp pc was running.
    https://prnt.sc/js14om
    https://prnt.sc/js14zv

    Theres no screw installed on my mobo.M2 SSD hangs there as you see...

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    Thanks for the new images. I can see it clearly now. If you've lost the screw, you can get one from Amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    Thanks for the new images. I can see it clearly now. If you've lost the screw, you can get one from Amazon.
    Thx for the replies,i even dunno what m2 screws before my SSD broke.Then i bought a 970 EVO and surprisingly i havent attached it to the screw which -you say-must be there but in reality its not on the mobo.

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    I have a PC with a rampage v extreme motherboard with 5960x processor. He always worked well with my old ssd, a sata connected samsung 850 pro 512 gb. Now I have removed that SSD and put a nvme samsung 970 pro 512gb in it. I also have a 500gb wd 1tb wd, a 2tb wd and a hgst 4tb Harddisk. Now the following problem is visible if I want to install Windows 10 on the 970 pro, I get a bsod during the installation with the following message: machine check exception. I came through the Windows setup properly and then it starts up again and starts configuring the device when it is finished. Then it starts up again and I get the bsod with machine check exception. If I turn off the sata controller, I can install Windows 10 on the 970 pro without bsod. If I have installed Windows 10 with the sata controller off and then turn it on again when Windows 10 is on, again I get that bsod with machine check exception. If I hang back my old SSD and get the NVSE SSD out then I can install Windows 10 without bsod.

    What I have already done is put the latest bios on it ver 3902.
    Replaced Sata cables
    All hard drives tested no errors.
    Memtest is also good
    The 970pro works fine in other PCs in combination with sata disks
    When I install Windows 8.1 I get the same bsod

    What else is in the PC
    STRIX-GTX980-DC2OC-4GD5
    32GB memory 4x 8GB corsair 2800mhz
    ax760i power supply corsair
    asus bluray burner on sata

    If I have to post bios settings, I can do that.

    Who knows what is going on here and how I can use my Samsung 970 pro in this PC in combination with my sata hard disks?

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    Not work for me, no see option seting M.2 withc bios, use SSD 970 pro, bios ver 3902

    any help?

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    My NVME wont show up SN850

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    Anyone ever do a test of what M.2 are most compatible with this Motherboard?

    Finally going to buy one and I remember when I got this board there were lots of reports of how some were not as compatable. Would love any feedback.

    Thanks guys!

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    Storage #2WD Black HDD 4TB
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    Keyboard iBall Multimedia Cherry Red
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    Lightbulb 2023 Update - Installing Latest Gen4 SSD on Rampage V Extreme

    Thank you for the information, it really helped me a lot to figure out how to install NVME SSD on my Rampage V Extreme Build.
    At First, I bought a WD SN850X 2TB (Latest Gen4 Drive) Link to Official Site But It wasn't detected by this board it's possible the drive's firmware didn't support Gen3 or there was some compatibility issue with this motherboard. I tried two of them, just to confirm if the drive I had purchased was not defected. At Last, none of them worked and I returned it and purchased a WD SN770 2TB Link to Official Site and it works fine on this motherboard.

    The Two major settings in latest bios version (4101) for Rampage V Extreme.

    • Make Sure you are using BLK 100.0 instead of 102 or your NVME drive will run at Gen2 Speed instead of Gen3 in-case you are overclocking your CPU.
    • Under Advanced->On Board Devices Configurations->PCIEx8_4 and M.2 Configuration->Set M.2


    Other than that, no other setting was required for the drive to work on this motherboard.

    Attachment 96924

    Attachment 96925

    To All users who wish to install NVME on Rampage V Extreme Make sure you don't go for a very costly drive, as it may or may not be supported by this board, instead you can go for the one I used. Hope this Information helps Thanks.
    Last edited by Creator_X; 01-15-2023 at 02:05 PM.

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