I was watching a youtube vid and seen a guy had to go into the BIOS and go to Advanced - Onboard devices configuration - CPU PCIE Configuration mode then change that to 'PCIEX16_1 + M.2_2'
This will maybe allow the board to use the m2.2 slot and detect your drive. It will still be in PCIE 3.0 mode however due to your CPU. I didnt try this as I cant be bothered switching my boot drives around...
Sorry to bring this back to life. But after trying to figure out why my 2nd m.2 wasnt even being found. this did the trick. Thank you.
Genius!... It was what I was looking for so much and in several videos it was not explained so well. I was already thinking that I had bought something that does not work. Thank you. I will take your recommendations into account when assembling them.I plan to use a WD500GB Blue SATA SSD only for windows 10 and some programs, then the Nvme M2_1 and M2_2 for renderings and the M2_3 and 4 in RAID 0 for other things, can my Asus Z590E work like this with my 11700K? Greetings.