QuestionPosted on {{'2017-03-10T06:11:19-08:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}

Boot from NVMe Compatible X99 Mobo?

I recently purchased an ASRock Taichi motherboard for my build and about 1 out of 20 time it will recognize my Samsung 960 Evo m.2 NVMe drive. I RMA'd for a replacement with the same issue so I am now in the process of returning it. Can anyone recommend a motherboard that is know compatible with my NVMe drive ......

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Written on {{'2017-03-10T08:23:38-08:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}
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www.tomshardware.com/.../samsung-evo-960-detected-asrock-x99.html

linustechtips.com/.../677852-x99-taichi-not-seeing-950-pro

Seems like this is not an infrequent ASRock issue, or at least NVMe in general.  A few suggestions in those threads

Written on {{'2017-03-14T20:00:38-07:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}
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The Asus website shows how to install an NVMe raid into a Maximus IX (which is LGA1151). I'm going to get the Strix and I'm possibly planning on an NVMe raid so I hope it works on that board. They have a number of LGA2011 boards. My hope is that if one current board is NVMe savvy then all the current boards will be.

rog.asus.com/.../how-to-install-two-m2-ssds-in-raid-0-on-maximus-ix-motherboards

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