I really do not think that is necessary.Thanks for your reply brother.
Looks like i have to upgrade my motherboard, I have Gigabyte GA-X99-UD4 right now, I want to upgrade it to motherboard who support "M.2 NVMe 3x4 in storage"
Which motherboard you guys recommend?
This one will work?An adapter will work in pcie x16 slot 3 or 4. slot 3 will be x8 and slot 4 would be x4 with a 28 pcie lane CPU installed.
- "Estimated Delivery Time:34days "
- Your system may not be able to boot from that drive in a PCIe slot adapter.
I ordered an adapter, will receive it next week probably.
And of course, this adapter still leaves open the question of - Can your particular motherboard boot from that NVMe drive in that adapter in a PCIe slot?
- I imagine it would work OK for what it is
- Unknown. The fact still remains that you won't see any magical huge improvement over leaving in the current PCIe x2.0 port. The vast majority of what you'll be doing, esp just running the OS, happens at the 4k file segment layer. There, the NVMe drives are only marginally faster (if at all) than a regular SATA III SSD. I've seen many many people report here that the user facing difference is pretty minimal. You get the actual difference if you were moving around large sequential blocks of data. Which is not what you're doing with the OS.
Personally, I'd just leave it where it is.