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    • Hello,
      I registered only to thanks Fernando for great guide and solutions in whole topic.
      My mainboard is quite exotic (Sapphire Z77 Pure Platinum) so I was afraid of running nvme on this board could be very hard or even impassible. That was nonsense. I bought pci-e -> m.2 Adapter Card for $4 from our friends in china.
      Quick uefi edit (I had to delete IntelIvbGopDriv because there was not enough space), quick flash (Sapphire have dual bios so there was no fear), shut down, installation adapter with Samsung SM961, plug-in stick with Windows 10 and power on.
      Everything start smoothly, Windows install flawlessly and right after that i had system.

      CPU was bought only for test for something like $7. It's SandyBridge G620 so because of pci-e 2.0 transfers are not so great.


      Do you think it's everything ok with those transfers on pci-e 2.0? It's half as this SM961 run on C216 with native m.2 port (Dell Precision T3620).

      Best regards,
      Xor

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