Don't envy early NVMe adopters, turns out they are Windows 10's enemy
Subject: General Tech | May 11, 2018 - 02:07 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: SM2260, ssd, pcie, NVMe, M.2 2280, M.2, Intel, 600p
Intel's 600p was on our review bench almost two years ago and offered a relatively inexpensive entry into NVMe drives. It turns out that the Silicon Motion controller Intel used may have been a bit too proprietary as the Win10 April Update is not compatible with it. According to The Register this is a known incompatibility caused by a fix to resolve previous issues with Samsung made NVMe SSDs. They are working on a solution, with no release date announced as of yet.
"The issue is an unspecified "known incompatibility" between the operating system and the SSDs, which were launched in 2016. Both the 600p and Pro 6000p SSDs share the same SM2260 chipset and feature a PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4 interface."
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