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#76 RE: RE:[Discussions] NVMe Support by Fernando 29.04.2015 15:07

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Zitat von mr_nuub im Beitrag #75
@Fernando: please delete the whole possible/impossible discussion (Mr_nuub, Jest, Hyperia) so we can get some work done in here...
I will do that, if Jest and Hyperia have agreed.

@ all:
Please avoid any personally insulting posts!

#77 RE: RE:[Discussions] NVMe Support by Hyperia 30.04.2015 17:57

LOL ! You really think you're a pro my word !

So go back work on the limits of your knowledge, there's plenty to do.
When you produce something other than crap, you will be our sign ...

You have to be new to the subject, on this website or on drivers station to dare throw me stuff like this ...

#78 RE: RE:[Discussions] NVMe Support by Fernando 30.04.2015 18:20

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@ Hyperia:

To whome did you address your last post?
Please stop flaming against other Forum members.
If you do not agree with anyone's opinion, write, thar you disagree, but I don't accept any insultings within my Forum.

#79 RE: RE:[Discussions] NVMe Support by Hyperia 30.04.2015 19:00

last post @nuub

This guy is absolutely wrong, I prove it, he opens it again ... just amazing >_<"

If you prefer to take it like that, so be it good luck
You can delete my account.

#80 RE: RE:[Discussions] NVMe Support by Fernando 30.04.2015 21:18

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Zitat von Hyperia im Beitrag #79
You can delete my account.
I can delete the account of everyone, but I don't want to loose valuable Forum members this way.
Please calm down.

#81 RE: RE:[Discussions] NVMe Support by mr_nuub 30.04.2015 22:25

I don't know what to say. So many thoughts, but nothing suits this forum.
Who are you to tell I am a pro or not?
I'm not new to the 'scene'. I posted at german-nlite.de long time before this forum was created.
You have only 10 posts and most of them (if not all) are flames against me.

WTF dude? Relax - just one freaking time in your life.

#82 RE: RE:[Discussions] NVMe Support by davidm71 25.05.2015 23:47

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Hi,
Can anyone confirm or speculate if its possible to get Nvme support on a Gigabyte Z87X-ud5h from ripping to nvme modules from a Gigabyte Z97X board?

Thanks.

#83 RE: RE:[Discussions] NVMe Support by lordkag 26.05.2015 00:16

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Do you have a NVMe drive? The porting should be easy and you have a Dual BIOS, so the testing is not that of a big risk for you. But you should first agree to the testing and let me compare a few Gigabyte boards, just to make sure they don't use different modules per board.

#84 RE: RE:[Discussions] NVMe Support by davidm71 26.05.2015 00:36

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Considering a purchase of one. will let you know my results when i get one.

thanks.

Edit: I should try including the NVMe bios modules in my bios and see if it posts before pulling the trigger on a new drive.

Note: Contacted Gigabyte tech support and they informed me they have no plans to support NVMe on the Z87X or release a new bios.
At least Asrock I have read updated select Z87 boards for NVMe according to one review I read and note they are always on
top of their game releasing new bios updates. Score one Asrock possibly my next board.

#85 RE:[Discussions] NVMe Support by mr_nuub 06.06.2015 19:42

I just wanted to inform you, that I have ordered one Intel SSD 750 400GB PCIe device.
They were not available for a long time now, but my vendor of choice should get them on 15.06.2015.

So the modding and testing should begin some days later.

#86 RE: RE:[Discussions] NVMe Support by kev88 13.06.2015 05:30

I have an Intel 750 drive and would like it to work with my Asus Rampage iv Extreme.. Can someone mod my bios for me??

#87 RE: RE:[Discussions] NVMe Support by Fernando 13.06.2015 11:31

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@ kev88:
Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!

Zitat von kev88 im Beitrag #86
I have an Intel 750 drive and would like it to work with my Asus Rampage iv Extreme.. Can someone mod my bios for me??
We are trying to help users, who want to get NVMe support for their system, but we generally do not modify BIOSes upon request.

Until now nobody knows exactly,
a) if it is possible at all to get full NVMe support for a mainboard with an Intel C600 Series Chipset like yours and
b) how to manage the NVMe support implementation, that means which sort of BIOS modification has to be done.
That is why we need an advanced user with a similar ASUS X79 mainboard, who is able to test it.
As soon as we have the related test results, you can expect help from our side.

Regards
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#88 RE: [Discussion] NVMe BIOS Modules and NVMe Support by mr_nuub 19.06.2015 09:25

@Fernando
I just wanted to download the ASRock NVMe modules, but Mega is not working (script errors or secure connection failed).
Please add a mirror.

Thanks bro.

#89 RE: [Discussion] NVMe BIOS Modules and NVMe Support by Fernando 19.06.2015 10:17

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Zitat von mr_nuub im Beitrag #88
I just wanted to download the ASRock NVMe modules, but Mega is not working (script errors or secure connection failed). Please add a mirror.
Done! Additionally I have updated the ASRock Z97 modules. They are now from the latest 2.30 BIOS.
By the way: MEGA is working fine for me (just tested).

#90 RE: [Discussion] NVMe BIOS Modules and NVMe Support by mr_nuub 20.06.2015 00:26

Bad news guys...
My ASRock X79 Extreme4 with BIOS 3.70 supports NVMe without modding.
It detects an "Intel mass storage controller" in system browser (ASRock feature).
I disabled all SATA controllers and installed windows 8.1 from an USB thumb drive.
Works super fast, but make sure to install the Intel NVMe driver (the MS one ignores the drive cache).

PS: I previously updated RST and microcodes on this board.
And it seems that NVMe does not like RAM OC. Have to investigate...

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