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The SM951 NVMe versions have been out for a few weeks or longer, you can buy them online from a few places. wink.gif

I thought ramcity cfm it will only be out earliest July 2015?

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I thought ramcity cfm it will only be out earliest July 2015?

The NVMe models are selling at this site below, notice the MZVPV in the model name are the NVMe versions.

http://www.ashlintech.com/ssdept.asp?sp=SM951&Go.x=0&Go.y=0

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Ok guys I just ordered a AHCI 128GB model from Amazon, I ordered the AHCI version because im guessing it will work with my GA-Z97X-UD3H, I dont think the NVMe versions will work on it. I also got the Lycom DT-120 adapter along with it. Now i can lose sleep wondering if its gonna be bootable or not lol

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The NVMe models are selling at this site below, notice the MZVPV in the model name are the NVMe versions.

http://www.ashlintech.com/ssdept.asp?sp=SM951&Go.x=0&Go.y=0

As someone wrote before, ashlintech has no stock. You can preorder with no estimated time of delivery.
As far as i was told, even Samsung has none in stock right now.
I think RamCity is 100% right, SM951 NVMe is still in OEM sampling phase and will hit the distribution channel in about 2 months.
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As someone wrote before, ashlintech has no stock. You can preorder with no estimated time of delivery.
As far as i was told, even Samsung has none in stock right now.
I think RamCity is 100% right, SM951 NVMe is still in OEM sampling phase and will hit the distribution channel in about 2 months.


I find it surprisely it has the same price tag as AHCI... I mean i thought is more exp.

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Ok guys I just ordered a AHCI 128GB model from Amazon, I ordered the AHCI version because im guessing it will work with my GA-Z97X-UD3H, I dont think the NVMe versions will work on it. I also got the Lycom DT-120 adapter along with it. Now i can lose sleep wondering if its gonna be bootable or not lol
There are beta bios versions on the Gigabyte support site that support NVMe. Don't know if it's just for the intel though.

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Yeah according to the Gigabyte blog its just for the Intel 750.

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As someone wrote before, ashlintech has no stock. You can preorder with no estimated time of delivery.
As far as i was told, even Samsung has none in stock right now.
I think RamCity is 100% right, SM951 NVMe is still in OEM sampling phase and will hit the distribution channel in about 2 months.

There's a poster over at Tom's Hardware that received a NVMe version, His MSI X99 wont boot from it though.

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I just got my SM951 today.... and I'm not impressed, though there seems to be something off. Here's what I'm getting through CrystalDiskMark, with a similar result to ATTO.



I've double-checked everything; everything is running at PCIe Gen 3.0 x4, and the M.2 interface module is set to M.2 PCH Strap for M.2 PCIe in the BIOS.

Running an MSI X99S SLI PLUS, by the way. Wonder what's up with it?
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Those are typical PCIe 2.0 x2 speeds, Hmmm...

Here below is some info about that boards PCIe config.

"Note that next to the PCIe slots is the M.2 x4 connector which pulls lanes from what would be the final PCIe slot. This means that with a 40 PCIe lane CPU, a user has to choose between tri-GPU (x16/x16/x8) + M.2 x2 from the chipset, or 2x GPU (x16/x16) + M.2 x4. 5820K users will get M.2 x4 in any configuration (x16/x8, x8/x8/x8)."

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