Originally Posted by retrogamer999
Yeah it is a shame but at £400 not many people are going to have it.
Previous generation was quite popular, but maybe that was later in life.
Originally Posted by raminux
I just acquired Asus Z10PE-D16 WS and other components to build a new system. They are on the way to me. I am wondering if the onboard M.2 slot supports NVME drives? If it does, has anyone tried to boot from an NVME drive installed in the M.2 socket on the board?
Using a 950 Pro NVME in the M.2 slot. Works fine with three notes:
- W7 doesnt come with NVME drivers so youll need them on disk/stick for its install
- The NVME drive does not activate the HDD light (silly oversight)
- BIOS has an NVME info section but doesn't populate with any data for me
EDIT:: Simultaneous response
I assume retro means a new enough version of windows to natively understand NVME.