I have aspire e5 575g 54vr
slot m.2 and i5 7th gen
i don't know if s compatible with optane module cache with bios upgrade, any help?
in the bios upgrades are this
1. Update EC to 1.7
1. Improve system performance.
1.Update Microcode to 0x38. 2.Update brightness table. 3.Add PBA function.
1.Update EC to v2.2.
1. Add N16P-GT1 graphic support.
1. Update memory rc code.
1. Update ME to 188.8.131.521 for some sku
1. Update following microcode
2. Fix S3 wake up, USB BT yellow mark, CCD not work, some port fail.
3. Update EC to v2.3.
1. Update GOP to 1066 and vbios to 1051.
2. Update EC to v1.10.
3. Update Microcode.
Version: 1.29I have version 1.23 just now
on this article
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-optane-3d-xpoint-motherboard,33398.html Intel: No 200-Series Mobile Chipsets, Optane Memory Support Comes To 100-Series Chipset Instead
2Intel® Optane™ Memory and its logo denote a platform feature made up of individual components and not solely a single small factor solid state drive or a memory media. A system that is Intel® Optane™ memory ready includes: an 7th Gen Intel® Core™ or Xeon® E3 v6 processor1, an Intel® 200 series2 or 100/C230 series3 (HM175, QM175, or CM238) chipset, M.2 type 2280-S1-B-M or 2242-S1-B-M connector on a PCH Remapped PCIe* Controller and Lanes in a x2 or x4 configuration with B-M keys that meet NVMe Spec 1.1 and System BIOS that supports the RST 15.5 driver.
Thank you for your interest in the Intel® Optane™ Memory.
I understand you would like to find out if your Acer* Aspire E5'575G laptop is capable of supporting Intel® Optane™ Memory. Third-party compatibility inquiries are handled by the manufacturer's technical support team, but I may provide some insight.
Please keep in mind that aside from the hardware requirements, your computer's UEFI must also be Optane™ Memory-ready.
As you pointed out in the second post, the hardware requirements are as follows:
According to the information you provided, it seems that aside from the 200 Series chipset, your system meets the base requirements. I reviewed the product specifications that are available online and by the looks of it, your computer meets some of the base requirements (the chipset information should be provided by Acer*).
As I previously mentioned, the best way to confirm the compatibility of your system would be to ask your computer manufacturer if this model is "Intel® Optane™ Memory-ready". If they're unable to provide an answer, then it's more than likely that it will not support this technology. In order to receive the corresponding compatibility confirmation, please check the manufacturer's link: https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/support https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/support
thanks, i go to technical support to talk about this, and i see various models with chipset series 100 that are compatibles with optane, as asus vivo book 15 or samsung oddysey
i think is possible