I cannot believe that a computer manufacturer releases a product without drivers. The support page says:
"The Intel® NVMe driver is targeted to be available in the coming weeks. Until this time, it's recommended to use the Windows* Inbox NVMe drivers or Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) drivers. We'll update this page when the driver becomes available."
This has been the case since August 9th. Sure, I can use another driver but that's not the point. I find it incredulous that you would release hardware with no dedicated drivers. i certainly expected more from Intel. Boooooooo!
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Thank you for posting in the Intel® communities.
The Intel® SSD 660p Series, just as other products such as the Intel® SSD 600p Series, have been validated with the Windows* in-box NVMe* drivers. .
You should not get issues using these drivers. If you have any issues with them, please let us know.
Edited: Clarifying 1st statement/paragraph
Additionally, I have been informed that we are targeting to have an Intel® NVMe* driver available in the coming weeks, and we will add a new post to this thread as this driver becomes available.