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    Banned Array JustinThyme PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evanair View Post
    I'm seriously in question of if the M.2 drive itself is working anymore, considering you said you hot swapped it on drive selection. M.2 isn't hot swap-able.

    I run an Evo 960 as well, windows pro from USB. Same idea. I have no issues on any of the 4 BIOS's I've ran on the motherboard. Probably more of a hardware problem than anything at this point.

    +1 NEVER install an M2 in the socket while the machine is powered up. You should not only be powered down but also the Power cord completely removed so there is no standby power either. You not only risk damage to the drive, also damage to the MOBO. You cant expect anything to be reliable in that socket going forward. Might get lucky or may just get frustrated when you plug in a new drive and cook it too.

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    For whats its worth I had the same issue it seems, Both with a Samsung 960 nvme in as boot drive with windows installed. https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...149#post750149

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    Is it possible this issue is with M.2 NVME drives and not M.2 SATA Interface drives.

    I am using the Samsung 860 EVO 2TB M.2 drive which uses a SATA interface (so it caps at 560mbps.

    After reading a few posts in this thread it appears all the models people are complaining about are using the NVMe Interface which has a theoretical cap of 3500mbps.

    Is it possible that the issue is the interface technology. I upgraded to an M.2 almost a month ago and have not had any issues.

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