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Dell XPS 8900 com o "Chipset Intel Z170"

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Eu tenho um desktop @Dell XPS 8900 com o "Chipset Intel Z170" / South Bridge: Intel Sunrise Point Z170 - North Bridge: Intel Skylake-S IMC.

Eu comprei um "SSD 950 PRO NVMe M.2 Series - 256GB MZ-V5P256BW" e instalei este no Slot para cartão M.2 para SSD e só consegui 700 mb's de leitura e 34 mb's de escrita, o que é de fato muito inferior ao que este cartão ssd pode oferecer.

Usei estas 2 ferramentas abaixo de Benchmark:

AnvilBenchmark_V110_B337 e AS-SSD-Benchmark1.9

Tive que comprar este dispositivo "Adapter PCI-e para M.2 Lycom DT-120" para conseguir utilizar toda a performance do SSD.

<("Folks who have upgraded to Intel Skylake processors recently should also have the M.2 interface readily available at the time of your last fap. Rest of us probably find it disappointing because your existing system cannot take advantage of this new M.2 SSD setup, but trust the Samsung rep –it is for the better.")>

A pergunta é, tem alguma atualização de BIOS ou driver que faz com que seja possível utlizarmos toda a potência deste slot para quem usa "Intel Skylake processors"


Workarounds ↓↓↓

# How to install Samsung 950 PRO M.2 SSD in a PCIe slot with a Lycom DT-120 M.2 to PCIe adapter

# How to install Samsung 950 PRO M.2 SSD in a PCIe slot - tested with Supermicro 5028D-TN4T & Lycom DT-120 M.2 to PCIe adapter

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Hi Evandromalmsteen,

According to our translator system, we understand you have a Dell computer with a Samsung* SSD.

As per one of our co-workers mentioned before in the previous post, this kind of setup needs to be handled by the Dell* support department, since they have integrated the components.

We advise you to get in contact with Dell*, in this link: Support | Dell US

Also, this forum is for Intel® Solid State Drives only, we cannot provide recommendations, suggestions or troubleshooting to a third party SSD.