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  • MX61293 Hyper M.2 x4 PCIe Mini Adapter Card
  • MX61293 Hyper M.2 x4 PCIe Mini Adapter Card

Hyper M.2 x4 PCIe Mini Adapter Card

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Update to x79 motherboard # 2

8/12/2017 9:30:11 AM
Jason from Winnipeg writes:
Strengths:
Now benching 2000+ MB/s read and 1000+ MB/s write speeds on Adata 256gb NVME card in CrystalDiskMark and 1600+ MB/s read and 1100+ MB/s write in AS SSD with a Score of 1637
Weaknesses:
PITA to setup but its only a native NVME driver issue.
Summary:
Will buy more if I can find them !

Update to x79 motherboard

8/8/2017 11:50:51 AM
Jason from Winnipeg writes:
Strengths:
Was able to post the m.2 and tried a windows 10 clean install. Win10 saw the drive and even though it said I couldn't boot from it, I did. Working on X79 motherboard booted on Windows 10. Still can not see the drive in Windows 7 CDM 1500MB/s read 1000 MB/s write with a 256gb adata nvme m.2 card Very happy
Weaknesses:
no native win7 support
Summary:

Doesn't work on X79 based motherboards

8/6/2017 4:32:17 PM
Jason from Winnipeg writes:
Strengths:
Ideal for users who dont have m.2 slot speed should be insane easy to install
Weaknesses:
Doesn't work on X79 chipset boards - although you can custom modify your bios and get it working
Summary:
Tried for 2 days to get this to work with an ADATA m.2 card. I can see it in the initial bootup, the firmware for the Asus card is shown and you can see the drive recognized, but the Asus bios (my board is a Rampage IV Formula) cant see it except in the boot override. Windows shows a PCIe device in device manager but no drivers are available. X79 boards are not supported natively
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