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  1. ZuvaliK

    Great, thanks for your review. I actually ordered this motherboard last night and waiting for it. Would you be able to verify if I can use Samsung 850 evo 250gb m.2 on this board? I dont know if this Samsung M.2 is a full length card or not. And also if the M.2 supports SATA III or only PCIe?

    • Hey, from memory the Evo is a full length M.2 card. They are not listed as supported BUT looking at the board it should still fit. You will just need to work out a way to secure it in place. As for the S3/PCIe support… dont worry about SATA 3. You want to use PCIe, its faster and with no other PCIe slots other than for your GPU there are plenty of lanes free.

      • ZuvaliK

        Thanks for your reply. The M.2 I can afford has S3 interface so I think I will stick with a normal Sata SSD anyway.

  2. Bill Jones

    Very nice board.

  3. Christian

    Any explanation for PCIE write speed for MSI Z170I in the chart is only approx 1090 compared to the other boards at 1900 MB/s ? 🙂

  4. aazizhy

    How did you specifically fit in the m.2 for the test? I currently have this motherboard but thinking of changing due to the unsupported 80mm length m.2. Is there an adaptor available?

  5. M. Molli

    This mainboard with a Intel Core i5 6500 = nice nice

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