BSOD appears to have vanished. Playing the same game no problem now for multiple hours (whereas previous drive would crash consistently within 1 minute)Hi,
I'd get a different brand samsung has never failed me
Amazon has awesome return policy if sold and shipped by them.
Thanks for your help. Appreciate it alot.Hi,
Nope but you've done the work needed for rma :thumb:
Maybe the giga is just too fast and running over your system :/
The non rgb model is supposed to be really good not too many reviews on them though.
What's wrong is you bought a *RGB* NVME. /thread.BSOD appears to have vanished. Playing the same game no problem now for multiple hours (whereas previous drive would crash consistently within 1 minute)
Any suggestion on what could have been wrong with my Gigabyte NVME ?
I didn't even think a RGB NVME Drive existed. I mean how is it addressable and where does it get power from? Dear god.I am wondering if that is actually the problem. Last ultimate test would be to disable it lol.
The drive in question is a Gigabyte AORUS NVME 512GB drive. Samsung firmware updates apply to Samsung modules only ??Probably too late for this but have you tried installing the Samsung Nvme driver?
I was having BSOD's related to storage and this driver fixed everything for me.
Just going crazy with this BSOD. I have Samsung NVMe 970 EVO. After install windows to another drive, the BSOD gone. Anyone know what caused the problem? Windows? Mainboard with NVMe? Or NVMe itseft need replacement? Please!Just found this thread as I have been having scattered blue screens on my NVME pro 960 ... hoping this might help as the random bluescreens are seriously irritating!