Question Motherboard or m.2 ssd at fault?

neonzz

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Hey all,

I'm having an issue with my Samsung 850 evo m.2 ssd yesterday I switched my pc on to find windows was telling me my operating system needs to be reapired so I rebooted and checked the bios (it's a new installation so I had a feeling there was nothing wrong with that) to find my m.2 device as no longer listed so I shut down and took it out and swapped it to the second m.2 slot on my board no life now the reawson I question the motherboard is that this has happened before with a different Gigabyte board and after returning both to the computer store they told me the board was the issue and replaced it anyway and samsung magician told me S.M.A.R.T heath is good now on the other hand before I switched my pc back on I over clocked my Ryzen 5 2600 using the Blclock or what it's called the one that's normally near cpu ratio from 100Mhz to 110Mhz I don't know if that could've effected the m,2 drive
 

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