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post #161 of 486 (permalink) Old 04-15-2015, 01:38 AM
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Can we expect a serious performance boost once PCI-E 4.0 and 3D NAND makes its way over to these drives?
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Aw man...

So would I be able to use something like the aforementioned Lycom DT-120 m.2 PCIe card to achieve those speeds? I really don't want to drop even more money into a processor just for faster SSD speeds...

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post #162 of 486 (permalink) Old 04-16-2015, 05:03 PM
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Got my adapter today (not a Lycom DT-120; it won't be here for another week), but this one is promising decent results. I knew it wouldn't happen, but I was hoping to hit 2,150. tongue.gif



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Got my adapter today (not a Lycom DT-120; it won't be here for another week), but this one is promising decent results. I knew it wouldn't happen, but I was hoping to hit 2,150.


I have the same hd 256 gb with these performance how much space you occupied on samsung sm951? my performances are very similar with hyper x m2 asus separately value the 4k I get slightly lower values
but you asus x99 deluxe?

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Got a 512GB and threw it in my X99-E WS



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post #165 of 486 (permalink) Old 04-17-2015, 09:40 AM
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Will an NVMe SSD run as AHCI? What I mean is: what would happen if I get the new SM951 NVMe and I try to use it in my ASUS Z97I-PLUS that I am not sure if is compatible with NVMe drives? Also what it is the product code of the Lycom DT-120? Thanks.
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Got my adapter today (not a Lycom DT-120; it won't be here for another week), but this one is promising decent results. I knew it wouldn't happen, but I was hoping to hit 2,150. tongue.gif



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Macmall is selling the 512GB NVME SM951 for $403.99 in stock right now thumb.gif Just ordered mine.

http://www.macmall.com/p/Samsung-Portable/Removable-Drives/product~dpno~13485534~pdp.jajhjid
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Can I hack my bios to enable support for NVMe SSDs, in case my motherboard doesn't support them?
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Macmall is selling the 512GB NVME SM951 for $403.99 in stock right now thumb.gif Just ordered mine.

http://www.macmall.com/p/Samsung-Portable/Removable-Drives/product~dpno~13485534~pdp.jajhjid

Great! Let us know please!
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