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Msi x SSd is compatible?
« on: 28-September-18, 14:47:56 »

Hello.

This Motherboard
 MSI  Intel LGA 1151 mATX B360M PRO-VH DDR4 it is compatible with
SSD Kingston A1000 M.2 2280 240GB PCIe NVMe Ger 3.0 x 2.

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Re: Msi x SSd is compatible?
« Reply #1 on: 29-September-18, 03:37:26 »

Hello,
B360M PRO-VH's M.2 slot is compatible with NVMe drives:

(extract of >>Manual<< p.3). Of course, PCIe 3.0 x4 (up to 4GB/s) slot supports 3.0 x2 (up to 2GB/s) drives.
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Re: Msi x SSd is compatible?
« Reply #2 on: 29-September-18, 06:15:57 »

Hello rbleroy91.
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,Thank you for answering my question, I still do not have the motherboard, because I was waiting for the answer to make the purchase, after reading your post I was left with another doubt, will I have all the performance offered of this ssd M2 on this msi motherboard?
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Re: Msi x SSd is compatible?
« Reply #3 on: 29-September-18, 12:15:52 »

Hello,
Yes, you will! :yes:  I explain:
- B360M PRO-VH's M.2 slot is PCIe 3.0 x4, that is it can sustain a speed up to 4GB/s.
- Kingston A1000 uses a PCIe 3.0 x2 interface who is able to sustain a speed up to 2GB/s. But, this "entry-level PCIe NVMe" (see >>A1000 SSD from Kingston)<<) SSD has a max read speed of 1.46GB/s (1,500MB/s).
(only for comparison, Samsung 970 EVO 250GB uses a PCIe 3.0 x4 interface and its max read speed is 3,400 MB/s)
Slot is up to 4GB/S and A1000 is up to 1.46GB/s => you "will have all the performance offered of this ssd M2 on this msi motherboard"!
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Re: Msi x SSd is compatible?
« Reply #4 on: 30-September-18, 15:24:55 »

Hello.
If I understood correctly my Kingston SUV300S37A of 240 g is better than the Kingston A1000 M.2 2280 240GB PCIe NVMe Ger 3.0 x 2.?:bonk:
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Re: Msi x SSd is compatible?
« Reply #5 on: 30-September-18, 15:32:41 »

your Kingston SUV300S37A240g is a SATA SSD so is limited at Max to 750MB/s and the Kingston A1000 M.2 2280 240GB PCIe NVMe Ger 3.0 x 2 is 1460MB/s so the NVME drive is going to be about 2x faster
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Re: Msi x SSd is compatible?
« Reply #6 on: 30-September-18, 15:35:52 »

:woohoo:Tks a lot Sir.
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Re: Msi x SSd is compatible?
« Reply #7 on: 30-September-18, 16:01:44 »

Hello,
Confounding bit ("b") and byte ("B") is a common error. In fact, 1B=8b. Sometimes, I am not mindfull and do this error.
When SATAIII speed is commonly announced as 6Gb/s, you have to divide by 8 to convert in bytes: 6/8=0,75GB/s. Your Kingston A1000 SSD has a max read speed of 1.46GB/s~2x0,75GB/s.
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