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my win 10 install is using the MS base ahci driver, should i install the intel ahci driver? if so, which intel driver should i use?

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my win 10 install is using the MS base ahci driver, should i install the intel ahci driver? if so, which intel driver should i use?


It makes no difference for PCIe SSDs, there isn't a special driver for the SM951. It uses the MS NVMe driver and there isn't another one for it. Z170 may have PCIe driver optimization tho, I haven't a new board so I can not say for that chipset.

 

For your SATA drives on the other hand, use the respective Intel IRST driver for your board.


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thats what i thought, thanks man

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Wait is the NVME SM951 bootable with the ASUS X99 TUF Sabertooth?



There is no mentioned of TUF in the list.

Yes, I'm booting off the NVMe SM951 in a Sabertooth X99.

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I have the SM951 and have been experimenting with it on my Asus Rampage IV Formula mobo. The latest 5001 bios release supposedly 'enhances the compatibility with some PCI-E devices.' So I am thinking that one of these modules might work with a PCI-E to m2. adapter. There is an option in the BIOS to 'Boot from PCIe Expansion Devices' under CSM. I tried everything to get this to show up in the BIOS but until ASUS releases another update, I don't think this is going to work. And considering that the last release was almost eight months ago, there will not be any X79 support of m.2 devices.
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Just as an FYI, I bought this adapter to try on my A88X board and it seems to work well at full speed, and doesn't have a crummy green PCB.


Here is a quick speed test on it:

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AS SSD is reporting very slow write speeds... anybody have any idea what could be causing this?



If it was both read and write, I'd suspect a problem with the interface, but read speed seems pretty normal. When I first installed the drive (fresh install of Win7 Ultimate x64), CrystalDiskMark reported 1661/1528 for seq read/write, but most of that drop is probably filling the drive up... unfortunately I don't have an AS SSD benchmark from then.

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^Open Cortana. Search for Device Manager. Expand disk drives. Double click on the SM951. Go to Policies tab. Check all boxes under write-caching policy. Select OK. Reboot

 

BTW my SM951 NVMe 512 GB just came in :D can't wait for Skylake to get here so i can test it


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asus RVE and new sm951 nvme 256Gb after win 10 pro install:
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