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M.2 as boot drive

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I will be doing a new build with a Samsung 970 Evo 500 gb nvme m.2. my question is do I need to change any settings in bios prior to my install of windows 10. Ive been reading all of the issues I can run into if I don't change certain settings with csm and changing my boot to UEFI. I just don't want to break anything ?

 

MOBO is ASUS TUF Z370-PLUS

 

 

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You should be fine. It work good for me, but after installing windows, make sure to set it as a boot drive.

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1 minute ago, Dubious Gaming: bl4z3 said:

You should be fine. It work good for me, but after installing windows, make sure to set it as a boot drive.

Ok I'll see what happens I'll leave everything as defualt if it works , thanks

 

case: corsair carbide air 540 motherboard: asus maximus V formula assassin  cpu: intel i7 3770k 3.5ghz cooling: corsair h100  psu: corsair gold ax750w  gpu: amd radeon 7950 3gb  ram: 8gb g.skill sniper  drives: 120gb Samsung 840 ssd, 2tb western digital black

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Just now, rparent said:

Ok I'll see what happens I'll leave everything as defualt if it works , thanks

 

No prob. just contact me if anything goes wrong

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