Yes sirs, nakakabit na yung heatsink kasama ng mobo (B550i). Nasa 59c idle pa rin ako at 28c ambient. Will need to do more testing.. Akala ko dahil sa RGB fusion software yung occasional hiccups while browsing.. Thank you sa inputs!
My Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1 Tb SSD has near-constant 42 C temperature with active cooling. If the temperature rises because I'm copying a lot of files I can increase the fan speed. It becomes noisy at high speeds so I only run the fans below the rated 12 volts.
mga bros, still using B450M MORTAR from MSI
bili sana ako ng NVME drive with DRAM <click here for link>
have 2 questions sana ..
1. meron ba NVME support yung motherboard ko?
2. what can you recommend na nvme drive with dram for .15k or lower 265gb size?
IIRC theoretical top speed (including overhead) ng pcie gen 4x4 = ~8GB/s, and gen 5x4 = ~16GB/s
Wag muna mag gen5 SSD hanggang di pa matured (unless if need mo talaga ung FASTEST drive available RIGHT NOW). Bibilis pa ung mga gen5 drive options in a few years. Also ung mga gen5 drives ngayon mukhang need ung active cooling (heatsink+fan rekta).
Hi! I need help on how do I set up my SAMSUNG SSD(980 1tb). It is recognize in the device manager but when I try to find in Disk management(to configure the ssd) it doesn't show up. May I ask for help please?
I'm using MSI B450M Mortar Max motherboard. Also A 256 ssd and 1tb hdd is also installed. Only the Samsung ssd can't be seen in disk management.
^Can you show a screenshot of the Disk Management? Have you tried scrolling down to the bottom?
If its available in device manager then it should be the available in disk management as well.
Hmmmm have you tried checking via diskpart?
Open a run command (Windows key + R) and type "diskpart" (without the quotes) and hit enter. (You could also type this on the start menu).
From here, type "list disk". Based on the size of the disk and how much free space is in there, you'd be able to guess which one this is but just do be careful. Also if 2 entries lang or 2 disk lang ang lumabas (disk 0 and disk 1) then baka nga may problem na nga yung NVME mo.
If 3 ang lumabas na disk sa list disk, check on the status. If one is offline, then you can select that disk number by typing:
select disk X
Where X is the disk number (e.g. 0, 1, 2 etc).
Then afterwards, simply type, "online disk" (again, without quotes).
If you want to check if tama sinelect mo na disk, simply type "detail disk". This will show the details of that disk. If may label na or drive letter yung disk, then its not the disk you're looking for. Repeat this for the other disk til you find the correct one.
Then from there, pwede mo na iformat yung disk via command line (which you can find the steps from here: <click here for link>)
I was planning on getting the kingston nv2 1TB gen4 pcie 4 ssd (3500MB/s read speed) for ~P2,945, which seems like a real steal compared to the other ssds at the same capacity.
My pc is essentially a gaming pc. A video i watched said the speed didn't matter all too much with ssds from a gaming perspective. Is there a reason why I shouldn't get this? Is there a better product for a better price maybe?