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Is the 5700g and an M.2 NVMe 4.0 possible?

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It doesn't support nvme 4.0 but the drive will work in 3.0.
anyway, you don't need 4.0, really. 3.0 is fast enough.

I already bought an AMD 5700g with a B550M-AORUS-ELITE motherboard. The last time I built a computer was in 2009 and did an upgrade in 2018 for a different computer for both the SSD and Ram.

I already know the 5700g is limited to PCIe 3.0, but I can't understand all the terms. For example, would an M.2 NVMe 4.0 will work with the build or not. https://www.crucial.com/ssd/p5-plus/ct1000p5pssd8/ct20204661

Thanks for your help.

 

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From what I get, a board with PCIe4.0 will disable such support on expansion slots with certain hardware, and it appears that a CPU with an iGPU falls into those categories. You should still be able to use a PCIe3.0 M.2 such as the WD Blue SN570, however, which is quite the bang for the buck.

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It doesn't support nvme 4.0 but the drive will work in 3.0.
anyway, you don't need 4.0, really. 3.0 is fast enough.

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Yes, SK is right. I forgot to mention that the extra performance is nearly undetectable in most cases. Which is one reason I exchanged an SN850 for a SN570. Less than half the cost and almost as fast for most use. You'll only notice the speed on intensive read / write operations, and that will make it run quite hot (100C in some cases) anyway.

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OP: My PC cuts off and crashes. Is the 1000W PSU enough?  ME: 1000W is plenty, PSU or system board could be faulty. Get both tested.

OP: I don't think so, both parts were purchased last week.        😒  Why bother asking if you second-guess the advice?

Friends don't let friends use Apple.                                              NOTE: Recently diagnosed autistic. I don't intend to ruffle anyone's feathers.

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