I just tried it with CrysalDisk mark, and it's giving me 3,000 MB/s read and 2,000 MB/s write speeds. It's only the AS SSD software that is showing strange results.
Yes, I did install the Surface Platform driver. So far everything seems to be working now. Thanks so much for your help!
No I do not have Bitlocker enable. Totally scratching my head now...
My 960 evo 1TB is not running at anywhere near that speed. According AS SSD I am only get 1,300MB/s read and 5,00MB/s write. Given that it's in RAID, does the 2.5inch drive matter?
But it does not mean that you can get the drive to run in NVMe model.
There does not appear to be a setting to enable NVMe model for the drive.
I just installed a Samsung 960 EVO 1TB into my Surface Studio. Did a clean windows install. Loaded the Intel Rapid driver during installation and was able to get windows 10 boot and install on the the 960 EVO.
However, it appears that the drive is running in SATA model and not NVMe mode. I could not install the Samsung NVMe driver. Whenever, the installer, I will get an error message, saying no NVMe device is detected.
Inside the BIOS, there is no option to change the model of the m.2 drive. In fact, I don't see any drive at all.
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