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    Nov 9 '18
    I used to manage this for a school district. A mix of Novell 6.5 and Windows servers.
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    Nov 13 '18
    Cool
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    Nov 5 '18
    This is the computer I recover data from drives. I can hookup anything from an IDE Desktop or Laptop drive, to a Pcie 3X4 SSD. Mostly I backup data when I have computer that won't start, such as a back piece of hardware, and get their files off before I reinstall the operating system.This is the computer I recover data from drives. I can hookup anything from an IDE Desktop or Laptop drive, to a Pcie 3X4 SSD. Mostly I backup data when I have computer that won't start, such as a bac...See more
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    I got this card to use on my old ASUS P6T Deluxe V2. It has a Xeon 3690 6 core with 24GB RAM. It is TEN years old. It works fine with a SATA m.2 which of course runs at only SATA 2. I put on a new nvme card in the bottom slot. It formatted and cloned. But the mobo is too old to boot from PCIe. SAD DAY.
    Nov 3 '18
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    Nov 3 '18
    I'm guessing that if the motherboard doesn't have an PCIe m.2 slot on it, it won't boot. I have one of those adapter cards also, but the drive doesn't show in the bios, just in My Computer.
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    Nov 3 '18
    I have an ASUS Z97-A with a PCIe m.2 slot and it would not see the stick. i put it in a card and into an x16 slot and it works great. Check this out.
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    Nov 3 '18
    I know it's crazy. I want to build a computer soon with a PCIe SSD. But I'll need a new board processor, and memory. I just got some data off a customers computer using the PCIe expansion board like you have there. He spilled water on his laptop. the only removable piece was the PCIe SSD.I know it's crazy. I want to build a computer soon with a PCIe SSD. But I'll need a new board processor, and memory. I just got some data off a customers computer using the PCIe expansion board like y...See more
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    I have a few computers around my desk. On the left, PIIIs. The right, PIVs. Main is an ASUS Z97-A. Boots from a WD black nvme on a PCIe x16 card with an ASUS RX 560.
    Oct 31 '18
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    Oct 31 '18
    The open air case is an ASUS P6T-Deluxe V2 with a Xeon 3650 6 core. It doesn't show in the picture, but it is upgraded to two R9 270X in crossfire.
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    Nov 1 '18
    That's Awesome Robert, I've never seen such a nice setup!
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