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  1. Newegg is selling the Samsung 850 EVO M.2 SSD 250GB for $78 and free shipping, with the coupon code: ESCKKAX23. Our review of the Samsung 850 EVO M.2 SSD
  2. So I have gotten my hands on one of these but I have a problem 5960x Asus X99-A bios 1901 G Skill 32GB RAM I am able to boot with an old samsung 2.5 inch EVO 840 into windows 10, and the new disk is recognised by windows and I can even format and transfer data to it, but it is not recognised in the Bios and I cannot run Easeus disk copy to block-copy my old drive to it, despite manipulating the CSM compatibility modes etc. anyone have any idea? Even with my old SM 951 AHCI 512GB, it is intermittently recognised.
  3. Samsung seems to be hosting their summit right now in Korea. Looks like there are already NVMe drives coming in: http://www.thessdreview.com/daily-news/latest-buzz/pcie-ssd-first-look-samsung-ssd-summit-2014-update/ The first one is an already released product. SM1715 is a new PCI-E drive? SM953 looks to be a new M.2 and probably the successor to the XP941?