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  1. I hadn't thought about trying to cover the pins. Looks a bit difficult. I'll probably go with the pci adapter. I completely forgot about switching an existing drive over to the ports in question. I'm an idiot. I'll check that. The manual seems to be an adaptation of a manual for another board. There are one or two things in it that don't match any version of the BIOS that is actually on the board (there's no NVMe configuration). Thanks all
  2. I've run out of available SATA ports on my motherboard, and I've also run out of storage space. If I can get my Intel 600p NVMe boot drive to run at PCI x2, that will enable two SATA ports on my motherboard that I can't currently use (according to the manual). SPECS: Ryzen 5 1600 Gigabyte GA-AB350M-Gaming3 running the f22 firmware Intel 600p 256GB M.2 NVMe PCI x4 SSD boot drive various storage drives The motherboard has 6 SATA ports and 1 M.2. I'm using the M.2 and 4 SATAs. The manual states the following: With a PCI x4 M.2, 4 SATA ports ar
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