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Originally Posted by cib24 View Post

Despite what appears to now be a clear advantage with Skylake and Kabylake over my Ivy Bridge 3770K, I have held back from upgrading because when combined with my 980Ti the games I play the most (Witcher 3, Doom, Rocket League and Overwatch) run either above 60 fps nearly all the time or run fast enough to remain locked at 144 fps with nearly max settings. The only other logical reason I can see that I would upgrade at this point is to switch form factors from ATX to micro-ATX and take advantage of the new motherboard capabilities for M2 SSDs, faster memory, bluetooth, wireless, etc. that my current board is not capable of. But these things aren't absolutely necessary so I'm still hanging out.

Plus I don't have Windows 10 so that also limits my appetite to upgrade to the latest Kabylake.

You can by pcie to m2 adapters. My board has m2 and I am gonns buy a few adapters too.
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Originally Posted by budgetgamer120 View Post

You can by pcie to m2 adapters. My board has m2 and I am gonns buy a few adapters too.
Any chipset before Z97 does not support M.2 as boot drive because it does not support NVMe interface, you will need to tinker with BIOS in order for it to work with an adapter as a boot drive.
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