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Thread: G752VY Slow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
    That thread is a different machine, the M2 850 evo will not work in the G752VY, the M2 850 EVO is an M2 SATA.

    I can guarantee you the Samsung 950 Pro, SM951 NVMe version M2 drives and 850 pro and 850 evo 2.5" SATA drives all work perfectly in thie G752VY. Im running 2x512GB M2 950 pros in raid 0 with no issues and have a 1TB 850evo in the sata slot.

    You will notice a HUGE improvement over a 5400rpm spinner with any of these, especially one that is full.

    Im actually a bit surprised they even offer an option for a 5400rpm spinner. Its not even an option in North America region. Just for an example, the two 950 pros in raid 0 are almost 30 times faster than what you posted. with even a single 950 being more than 20 times faster. Heres the results of mine on BIOS 211 both with a single 950 followed by two of them in raid 0.

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...l=1#post574204
    Oh I see, thanks for the heads up. I ordered the Samsung SM951 NVMe version so I will be installing a fresh Windows 10 to reduce the bloatware on it. I will try out BIOS 211 since there hasn't been any problems with it so far. Thanks for the help guys

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