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Huananzhi x79 Deluxe Rebooting with NVME

dick_vigarista

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Hi guys, I have a Motherboard Huananzhi x79 deluxe with a i7 3930K a nvme MP510 and Im facing a problem. The pc works normally in pretty much everything but once I get the nvme at 100% for more than 2 seconds it reboots. Anyone with a huanazhi board had this problem??

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I'm guessing your using your nvme as a boot drive, I don't think that's recommended x79 never supported it. your Frankenstein board has a m.2 slot I know and many others have used nvme with x79 via pcie boards by playing with the bios but I don't believe they ever got it running as a boot drive.
 
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