Some M.2 slots are not available with the 10th gen processor.
I would suggest you go to the 11th Gen as soon as you can.
depends a lot on what do you want...
high speeds for the SSD and some good results in few synthetic benches, so go for 11th or better average/gaming performance therefore keep the 10th
if you can swap Z590 with a Z490 will be a lot better, stability and performance wise
forget about PCIE 4x speeds, won't be noticed in real life
Z590 is a mess for the time being
yeah, I have the same
the motherboard is designed not to work while a 10th is populated with the 4x M.2 slot, just put it in another slot - saw you already did - and everything is fine then
To the OP
So just wanted to ask you. Because I was really set on the same CPU you have and the same Motherboard.
I was seeing a video where it said that only the first PCIE slot was disabled with a 10900k. Did you try the second slot? And
where did you put your Video Card in which slot?