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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-12-2019, 11:05 AM
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Mushkin Source 500gb SATA-III M.2 - MKNSSDSR500GB-D8

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07DWGFZG1/
Oh... Nvm. Weird name for an m.2 drive. But ok, so your drive is ACHI.

Some board only had ACHI m.2 support at launch and got NVME support added through bios updates. Maybe this is the case for your board. There may be a new setting in your bios to toggle the m.2 mode from NVME to ACHI.

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post #12 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-21-2019, 08:46 AM
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Made an account just to let you know you arent the only one.

same issue b350 asrock gaming mini itx going from ryzen 1600 to 3600. m.2 drive isnt recognised anymore.
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I've been having issues and reinstalled windows multiple times apprently in one Reddit post they believe that updating the sata drivers via 3rd party software maybe the cause of why our bios no longer reads the m.2 I have a x570 and ran Into this issue after updating all the drivers via 3rd party. I ended up RMAing my Mobo and sad thinking it was a hardware issues when it may infact be something else.
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post #14 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-29-2019, 09:46 AM
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Same here :
Amd X370 HERO ASUS BIOS 7201
1700X CAN DETECT TOSHIBA NVME EXPRESS

BUT R5 3600 HANGS AT A0 GREEN LED ON AND I CANT EVEN BOOT TO BIOS

MINE IS TOSHIBA LAPTOP OEM DRIVES .
WORKS WELL SAME BIOS WITH 1700X ..

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Made an account just to let you know you arent the only one.

same issue b350 asrock gaming mini itx going from ryzen 1600 to 3600. m.2 drive isnt recognised anymore.
Just a heads up, ASRock released a new BIOS (P5.90, AGESA Combo-AM4 1.0.0.3 ABB) for the X370 Gaming ITX that solved the M.2 detection issue. There's also one for the AB350 Gaming ITX (6.00) that should hopefully do the same for you.

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I don't think this is correct. An m.2 drive can be NVME or non-NVME and any non-NVME drive is going to default to ACHI. NVME is basically a replacement for ACHI which is just the name for the protocol controlling the drive but it doesn't necessarily dictate what bus/lanes are used. All m.2 drive will be physically connected to PCIe lanes, not sata but a non-NVME m.2 drive will use the older ACHI protocol which was the standard protocol for SATA, but just like m.2 ports can support NVME drive and ACHI drives, SATA ports can support ACHI or IDE drives as you can set the SATA controller to IDE mode on most motherboards.

I have an m.2 drive that is non-NVME and uses AHCI. It's reads at about 2300mb/s which is well above the capabilities of a sata port. NVME drives are general even faster but non-NVME m.2 drives can still be really fast, though many are just the m.2 version of an existing SATA SSD in a smaller form for thin laptops.


When the OP said "SATA m.2 boot drive" I believe he misspoke. OP what drive do you have? Model #
But the drive OP listed has something like 500MB/s max read, which is very far from what you see in NVME drives
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But the drive OP listed has something like 500MB/s max read, which is very far from what you see in NVME drives
The only advantage M2 SATA has over 2.5"SSD drives is space and cable management. The limit is the SATA interface. M2-SATA does NOT have a speed advantage.

NVME is a different matter entirely, though unless you are doing continual database read/writes I am not sure you would notice the difference in a normal PC.

With regard to the USB M2 dongles mentioned above we use them extensively at work, our USB to M2 SATA ones work fine but the NVME ones get very hot and seem to randomly disconnected on large files at USB 3.1 transfer rates. This seems to be a known issue with a lot of the current USB NVME dongles. It may be related to insufficient cooling.

USB/M2 SATA dongles seem fine. If you do go with a 2.5" boot drive stick the M2 in a USB dongle and get a super small 500GB portable hard disk. One minor issue is that if you are trying to clone a Samsung M2 drive in a USB dongle the Samsung software will fail to recognise it as a genuine Samsung drive.

EDIT: The OP confirmed it was a BIOS issue fixed by an update.

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The P5.90 bios seems to have changed the bios theme color too.

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