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  • #11
    Originally posted by squidboylan View Post
    If someone can confirm they've used an m.2 ssd with this mobo on Linux without issues that would help
    Cheap m.2 ssd modules uses sata bus and you can choose from bios pcie or sata for the m.2 connector. For my Ryzen build I plan to buy these and Linux support should be okay.
    https://www.mindfactory.de/product_i...S_1115073.html
    https://www.mindfactory.de/product_i...l_1172385.html

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    • #12
      Originally posted by squidboylan View Post
      If someone can confirm they've used an m.2 ssd with this mobo on Linux without issues that would help
      Know clu about that board but use a kingston M.2 on a giga K7 without issue with Antergos

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      • #13
        Originally posted by mlinuxguy View Post
        On the M.2 Nvme support they said: We don't support Linux, bye. Typical...
        Sounds like that's on you then. Personally I would never buy a product where the vendor doesn't support Linux. I prefer to spend my hard earned dollars on companies that do support Linux, because I don't have cash to flush away on mystery products, or time to waste on things that don't work.

        Supermicro boards are a good example, with Linux officially supported across their entire product line. I've also had excellent experiences with the Crucial/Micron memory support folks on Linux. Sure, in 1997 it was difficult to find official Linux support, but here in 2017, there's loads of good vendors to choose from.
        Last edited by torsionbar28; 09-15-2017, 04:13 PM.

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