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marsch
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    • @davidm71 I guess my video card will have to run a little hotter in order to free the Gen 2 slot for the NVMe LOL
      PCIe 4x Gen 1:


      PCIe 4x Gen 2:


      (few specs to back the benchmarks/post data: Core 2 Quad Q6600 @3.0GHz, DDR2 1066MHz, Samsung 960EVO NVMe 500GB, Asus P5Q Deluxe Intel P45 @ BIOS UEFI beta 0221 with nvme module mods)

    • @davidm71 1 I actually thought about it, but was in a hurry and ignored the possibility.. due to some other concerns about my video card cooling being compromised when installed on the secondary 16x slot in a small case. But now that you've done it on your X58, I think its worth a try here as well.

      @Fernando Yeah I felt completely lucky when found it, was already thinking about using other methods (Clover, etc). Tho it's kind of a buggy BIOS, but did the trick to squee few months more of life out of this old P45 system...

      Thank you all!

    • Just a quick report.. I just followed the guide and got an Samsung 960 EVO 500GB (via asus hyper m.2 x4 mini adapter) running on my 10 year old Core 2 Quad on an Asus P5Q Deluxe Intel P45 chipset motherboard, using a BETA UEFI bios update that Asus released back in the day...
      Unfortunately it works only on the PCIe 4x 1st Gen, so max speed it's about ~800MBPS seq reads... Somehow when I connect it to the PCIe 2nd Gen slot, the uefi recognizes and shows the "Windows Boot Manger" but then it hangs when selected.. Maybe I want too much from my 10yo hardware haha, still good enough that I can boot directly from the NVMe drive.

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