Could you please solve the mystery for me, I could be able to find the Maximum Link width for PCIe Root Ports in my old F573 laptop (without installing M.2 SSD) but I couldn't find the same info in my Aspire A515-51, the first picture is from F573 and the second picture is for...
One of my friend has a Aspire A715-71G laptop, it has the facility to install a NVMe M.2 SSD but HWiNFO64 doesn't recognise the port, is it because the laptop model is new? I am posting this as a feedback for you to have a look.
I have a M.2 NVMe SSD and using Samsung Controller driver, with my old BIOS I had maximum link width 2x, I have updated the BIOS to the latest one and maximum link width changed to 4x but current link width stays the same(2x), do I have to reinstall the OS or it could be a MB limitation? Thanks...
Thanks for the reply, I am trying to determine whether I could use a NVMe SSD in my aspire F5-573, some of these MBs have capability to work NVMe drives at a capped speed.
SiSoftware Sandra reports as follows and it confuses me: