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OC unstable when nvme M2 SSD is utilized.

enyceedanny
Level 10
During OC testing, I boot off a mechanical test drive with a fresh install of Windows 10, and after exhaustive testing and finding perfectly stable settings, I replaced it with my main drive nvme 950 pro. Decided to run a few tests just in case, and after quite a long run of tests it ended up failing.

It seems that it's due to the extra PCIE lanes being utilized.

Anyone ever experienced this before? Which voltage do you think is responsible? I'm thinking either the VCCIO or System Agent. Though I am going to further test each voltage, it takes way too long to find a conclusive answer - hence I would like to at least get some feedback on this.

Thanks
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kaese
Level 10
Did you overclock your Bclk? It could also be a problem from using a Bclk other than 100 MHz. If so, try with it set to 100 MHz.

kaese wrote:
Did you overclock your Bclk? It could also be a problem from using a Bclk other than 100 MHz. If so, try with it set to 100 MHz.


Nope, it's at 100.