My personal belief is that this error will eventaully cause or accelrate something to fail, on the connected deivce that is causing these errors. On my end its the WD SN850X. I dont know if moving this drive to the m2_1 that is connected to the cpu can help. Though my boot drive is a SN850 non-X on the m2._1 slot and ive never seen it produce and error message. I also have another nvme drive connected via m2_3 but its a gen3 drive.
These errors aren't at all particular to any mainboard, but the WD drives have issues with bios level aspm control, enabling native aspm should have resolved the corrected errors coming from that device.
Sadly it doesnt for me. I get around 3-4k errors /day.
If this is a power management issue then moving the SN850X to the cpu attached m2 slot wont change anything?
Its kinda strange that it o ly affectts the SN850X. Ive had the SN850 non x for over a year and none of this issue occurs.