There’s no better way to get into the world of M.2 NVMe than with Samsung 960 Pro SSD! Let’s see why you should consider buying one of these drives not just for gaming, but for your daily workflow as well. We will benchmark and learn how to install a M.2 drive in this video.

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42 Comments

  • Veto
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Can you tell me which one I need for my gigabyte gaming 7?

  • derek schommer
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    My asus z97a I gave to my mom had an m.2 slot with pci e support(though limited to 2.0) and got over 1gb/s

  • Dante Negri
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    can't create new partitions

  • Dante Negri
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    bruh slow tf down

  • Christian H
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Of course portraying NVME SSDs from the game loading times perspective (compared to a HDD) is going to yield significant results. I have not seen enough of a difference between NVME and SATA SSD loading times to really justify upgrading just for gaming. Awesome for large file transfer and other uses, though.

  • #チモムマツ'
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    How is your windows booting longer from M.2 than mine from normal SSD hahaha

  • Lucky Yolo
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Where is that vid where you compare performance?

  • The Pryo
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Man, the only helpful video I could find in 2019 lol

  • jade007z
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Great work Eber! Thank you! I have a question:

    I have a Intel 660p 1TB and a Samsung 970 Evo 1TB

    Which one should I use for my OS and which one for 4k video editing?

    Can I use the Intel 660p 1TB
    to put my 4k Media and Projects and edit 4k with Premiere Pro ?

    My PC:

    i9 9900k

    32GB Ram DDR4

    Asus Dual RTX 2080 8GB

    Motherboard: Asrock Z390 phantom gaming 4

  • Sirius Enigma
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    You don’t see the install itself his was removed from the video.

  • Rom3
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    i was fine installing the WD/Black m.2 drive there just as fast no hassles, like Samsung 960

  • butchtropic
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Looks like a giant Samsung ad, thumbs down.

  • Andrea Antenna Music
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Is this the way to install Samsung 970 Pro Evo I use adapter for mother board

  • Mark Freeman
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Compare to regular SATA SSD?

  • Marion Blair
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Very good clear explanation. Can I run windows 10 image backup to the new NVMe instead of using a clone software? I have a Z270 Asus Prime also. w/ 7700K. thanks.

  • Dani Wayne
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    I'm a the only one who cant unscrew the bloody thing ????

  • mauricio pinto
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Hello! How to install SSD M.2 disk in Macbook Pro mid 2012 (A1286)? I pay attention to the comments. Thank you!

  • Carlo Leon
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Is there the guide that you mentioned for windows install on this m.2 ssd?

  • mauritsvw
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Thanks, very clearly presented!

  • BigDog36
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    i may be wrong, but I don't think you need to initialize the drive if using the migration software.

  • Colorado 450L
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Damn. 50 seconds to boot? Yikes. I guess I won't complain about my boot time anymore, and I'm still running SATA3 SSD.

  • club dore
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    I remember to be one of the first with a raptor HD 10.000 rpm. I was first in spawning in BF2142. I could see all players spawn around me lol.

  • Jazneo Gaming
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    m.2 best use for window OS super fast loading

  • Wale
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    If you're having issues cloning your C drive, you may have to turn bitlocker off first. You can turn bitlocker back on once the clone has completed. Great video!

  • brtcobra
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    50 seconds boot time? that is sooo slow. my WD sn750 boots to windows in 6 seconds

  • Razgriz
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    I've been using my X99 Motherboard for 4-5 years now and I'm excited to try out my first 250 GB M.2 NVMe 970 Evo I bought from Samsung.
    Your guide is very useful sir! Thumbs up!

  • Pranav
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Does Samsung data migration work with any m.2 ssd

  • getl0st
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    I don't know what the fuck you are doing to your computers but these speeds are Terrible. I can get a M.2 NVME to boot up in about 10-15 seconds……

  • Master Of Dizaster
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    You guysbdidnt show bios settings you are fucking people over

  • Richard Morenberg
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    what test bench is that?

  • Legojake94
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    so once you clone the drives that means you can reformat the old one right?

  • Brandon M. Bernardy
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Okay so I tried this and at the cloning part it tells me… “An error occurred while reading a superblock. 201130[0311aa]” so now what do I do?

  • SeamasterGMT
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Really awesome video, thank you for all the great info

  • diGritz1
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    A Correction: If you are upgrading and have an Z97 motherboard check it for an M.2 as some do come with it. Although even if it does have one check you MoBo's specs. Your looking for the number of interfaces. I have a Gigabyte Black Edition that comes with 4 SATA 6/gbs and either 2 MORE SATA 6/gbs or 1 SATA Express or 1 M.2 pcie 2.0×2. Basically my installed M.2 takes up 2 slots. With out that compatible pcie2x2 I would have gone with a SATA ssd.

    The other alternative is what he stated regarding an adapter card as it's probably your fastest.

  • Memester 6ixst9nin9
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    But do you have to reinstall windows?

  • Juan Esquivel
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    How do you get the m.2 screw!!!! I have a hp omen 870-244

  • Sean Lake
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    What happens if the Samsung Magician doesn't see the drive completely…The driver also doesn't see the drive to update the driver :(. I download the recent drivers and software.

  • JA TAKK
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    4:34 how do i do that

  • Richard Glass
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Cool video. I actually am currently researching the installation of the Samsung 969 PRO M.2 as I have one coming today and figured I could maybe learn a few tips for integration and use. I know the mechanical aspects of installation, but I am always screwing up the software end overthinking it and eventually causing me more issues in the long run. I am going to be using it as a replacement for my current Operating system primary drive that I am using now and hoping to use the old drive ( SanDisk Extreme PRO 480GB ) and a few other SSD drives Currently in the system for redundancy and protection.

  • Tom Brown
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    I just got a Western Digital Green M.2 SSD (non-NVME). Are they any good? Obviously not as fast as the Samsung NVME SSD but hopefully faster then a Hard Drive.

  • drmnys
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    Great Video!!! This is a PSA. As pointed out in the video make sure u install the Samsung NVME drivers. It will save u a lot of grief. I used both the Samsung migration tool and Macrium Reflect to clone my older SATA SSD to my newer M.2 NVME SSD. This was my boot drive and nothing worked. I tried 3 times and I was unable to boot using the new SSD. After I installed the Samsung drivers and repeated the cloning process, everything worked flawlessly. So make sure drivers are installed. The default windows drivers are rubbish.

  • Adrian G
    Posted 4 days ago 3:15 pm

    If i weren't subscribed already i would have done it now. Been looking all over trying to figure out how to install this drive, everyone says alot of shit about things i have to do in the bios and it be never showed up, did this and it worked instantly. Thank you so much!

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