And you're not going to for a while. Samsung is likely using us as Guinea pigs to test out the bleeding edge consumer ssds with these m.2 cards that blow everything else out of the water.
Forget the consumer market right now. The server/database market is where you're going to have to look. Find an LSI controller that supports the newer 2.5" Intel NVMe SSDs that have that U.2 connector. Then you're going to need to use an adapter that has female M.2 socket and a male U.2 port. So that the cables that you'd normally use to connect to the Intel NVMe drives can connect to the Sm951 drives.
Whichever LSI controller (doesn't have to be LSI, that's just what I'm most familiar with) supports this hardware, will have an option on the website for either IR (hW Raid) or IT (sw raid/hba) firmware.
We have the hardware available to us already, just not on some Asus RoG all-in-one card that looks neat under a blacklight.