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ASROCK B450M Pro4 and Kingston SSD A2000 500GB

Hello lads. I cant find anywhere if this mobo is compatible with NVMe SSDs such as the one ive mentioned. It is currently on a sale and goes for the excact same price as SATA M.2 WD Blue 500GB. So I would be foolish not to take it. I just need to know if its compatible with my mobo

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Yep it’s compatible with NVMe drives, I have the same board with a WD black NVMe ssd.

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@The_russian Thank you sir. Since you have the same mobo, you might have simmilar build im going for. Would you mind to give me your two cents about it? 

 

Mobo: Asrock B450M Pro4

GPU: RX 580 8gb 

CPU: R3 3300X

RAM: HyperX 3200Mhz DDR4

PSU: Corsair CV 550w

SSD: Kingston A2000 500GB

HDD: Old WD Blue 1TB

Case: Silentium Regnum RG4TF

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7 minutes ago, weisovski said:

@The_russian Thank you sir. Since you have the same mobo, you might have simmilar build im going for. Would you mind to give me your two cents about it? 

 

Mobo: Asrock B450M Pro4

GPU: RX 580 8gb 

CPU: R3 3300X

RAM: HyperX 3200Mhz DDR4

PSU: Corsair CV 550w

SSD: Kingston A2000 500GB

HDD: Old WD Blue 1TB

Case: Silentium Regnum RG4TF

Do you already have those parts or are you planning to get them?

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@The_russian I am planning on getting them. I am working with extremely limited budget and prices in Czech Republic are pretty steep. 

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1 minute ago, weisovski said:

@The_russian I am planning on getting them. I am working with extremely limited budget and prices in Czech Republic are pretty steep. 

You might need to update the bios before you can use a 3rd gen cpu with that board, it depends on where you buy it. I would check the product listing or contact the seller and ask them.

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