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Post time 2023-11-05 04:15:21 | Show all posts
Correct, no problem with either the WD or the Sabrent gen 4 NVMEs.
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Post time 2023-11-05 07:50:41 | Show all posts
holualoa replied at 2023-11-05 04:15
Correct, no problem with either the WD or the Sabrent gen 4 NVMEs.

Can you try to duplicate large files ( like 30GiByte) in your Gen4 NVMe in the 2nd slot a few times?

I bought 2 SER7 7840HS and both failed.
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Post time 2023-11-06 08:06:49 | Show all posts
Edited by holualoa at 2023-11-06 08:10

WD_BLACK 4TB SN850X NVMe Internal Gaming SSD Solid State Drive - Gen4 PCIe, M.2 2280, Up to 7,300 MB/s - WDS400T2X0E

SABRENT 2TB Rocket Nvme PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD Maximum Performance Solid State Drive (Latest Version) (SB-ROCKET-NVMe4-2TB).

Both worked fine... I moved them back to TB3 enclosures for flexibility, which worked via USB4 port.
SABRENT Thunderbolt 3 Certified M.2 NVMe SSD Tool Free Solid Aluminum Enclosure (EC-T3NS)


I later returned my SER7 7840HS because I could not power it through the USB4 ports.   I will buy another of the same model when that problem is sorted ... unless there's an upgraded model by then.

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Post time 2023-11-07 19:34:10 | Show all posts
Edited by stefanobile at 2023-11-07 19:36

I apologize for my English. Perhaps you could use my experience. I installed a Crucial P5plus SSD in the second slot. I had problems slowing down, blocking and error Whea Windows Hardware. Therefore, I installed a Samsung 980pro SSD instead of the Crucial P5lus and it solved everything. The PC is fast and powerful. The speed of the Samsung SSD respects the manufacturer’s data.
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Post time 2023-11-07 21:00:11 | Show all posts
stefanobile replied at 2023-11-07 19:34
I apologize for my English. Perhaps you could use my experience. I installed a Crucial P5plus SSD in ...

Thank you for sharing the information.

Can you try to duplicate large files ( like 30GiByte) in your 980Pro in the 2nd slot a few times?
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Post time 2023-11-08 04:12:01 | Show all posts
As for me Samsung 980pro SSD in the second free slot works perfectly. I don’t have a single file that weighs 30gb. I’m a professional photographer. But I copied heavy photo archives, Lightroom catalog about 8 gb, etc. I did not encounter any problems. Let me know your experience, well chance you decide to buy the same SSD. Thanks
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Post time 2023-11-08 07:54:50 | Show all posts
see what Beelink wrote here after I asked: https://forum.bee-link.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=88138&page=1#pid136244

Did you check with smartmontools for errors? After every reboot / start I see 1 error more with the Crucial NVME.
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Post time 2023-11-08 17:00:35 | Show all posts
I don’t know this program.

My experience is as follows: I installed a Crucial P5 plus SSD in the second free slot and the computer had slowdowns, crashes. With HWinfo64 software I detected many Whea Hardware Windows errors. I tried to install it even in the first slot and moving the original SSD into the second slot and the situation remained the same.

Therefore, I installed a new Samsung 980pro SSD in the second free slot (installing factory SSD again in the first slot) and the computer had no problems. With HWinfo64 I can’t detect any error. Reading other users' posts, I found that some SSDs have incompatibility issues.

In my case I wouldn’t know if Crucial P5 plus SSD was faulty, however with Samsung 980pro SSD is fine.
Let me know.
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Post time 2023-11-12 06:48:20 | Show all posts
Summary: Several reports of INOP or errors with a Crucial P5 NVME in the second M.2 slot of a SER7 7840HS.

No problems reported with Samsung, Sabrent, or WD NVME in the second M.2 slot..
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Post time 2023-11-12 09:08:01 | Show all posts
holualoa replied at 2023-11-12 06:48
Summary: Several reports of INOP or errors with a Crucial P5 NVME in the second M.2 slot of a SER7 7 ...

I experienced this error with WD 850X/850/770 , and CFD.

No problems are reported with Samsung/Sabrent , I think.
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