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    Question Dimm.2 Question

    Does the DIMM.2 card work with Sata 6Gbps M.2 drives or does it just work with NVMe drives?

    I have a X400 SSD m2. 2280 256GB that will not show up in BIOS, I want to use as a scratch disk.

    https://www.sandisk.com/business/computing/x400
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    Hello Av8tor2
    I'll consult our team about your question
    I'll get back to you once I got more info on this
    Thank you

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    Hello Av8tor2
    Yes, DIMM.2 on Zenith Extreme does support both SATA and NVMe m.2 SSDs.
    Thank you

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    Thanks for checking.

    Still trying to get it to show up in BIOS. But its a no go. I'll have to try and get my hands on a few more M.2 drives and check and see if its just a bad drive.

    Again, Thanks for checking for me.

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