[SOLVED] Using a M2 NVMe in TUF B450M-pro gaming

Aug 6, 2020
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Hello!
Verry sorry for my english, i'm from Russia and a learning it ;)

I have a motherboard Asus TUF B450M-pro gaming with a Ryzen 3700X, and i have a questions about using the M2 NVMe ssd, OS is Win10 pro.
I already install Samsung 970 PRO 512Gb, and questions is on UEFI in MB:

  1. What is "ami native nvme driver support" and how it work, if I turn it on?
  2. Do i need turn on/off the "boot CSM compability support module" by using my new SSD and an selected OS?
  3. Important question for me: my motherboard have two M2 connectors (M2_1 & M2_2).
in user manual of MB written: "...1. For AMD Ryzen 2nd Generation/Ryzen with Vega graphics/Ryzen 1st generation processors, the M2_1 socket supports PCIe 3.0 x4 mode and SATA mode, M key design, and type 2242/2260/2280 storage device. 2. The M2_1 socket shares bandwidth with the SATA 5/6 ports, and therefore the SATA 5/6 ports cannot be used when an M2 device is installed..."
but no more about Ryzen 3rd gen... Where do I need install SSD with my CPU?
 
Sep 25, 2019
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Hello strongnut, is there any indication if the mobo u have is gen1 or gen2? there seems very the same sobo but asus did not announce or indicate if I have the new g2 or the old g1 version,
 

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