NVME M.2 SSD Compatibility List

Discussion in 'UDOO BOLT' started by Chad Ringstrom, Apr 17, 2019.

  1. Quotic

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    I bought a intel p660 now, its working perfect. I will send the adata back to amazon...
     
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  2. riri0

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    Bought this https://www.silicon-power.com/web/product-P34A80 coz it was cheap in my part of the world. got the 256gb for around 40 USD. Quite a good deal considering it has a 5 year warranty, other drives at this price range usually come with 3 years only. Works well and really fast for the price. CystalDiskMark on the Udoo Bolt with a fresh Windows 10 installed to the emmc before cloning to the ssd:
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  3. moxy

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    P660 is QLD so be careful with that. I got a non-NVME SSD working using the other slot. It sticks out a bit but it's working fine.
     
  4. WisdomWolf

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    Yeah I did the same, it works but as other mentioned it's QLC so be mindful to keep it as empty as possible lest you eat up the SLC cache.
     
  5. Geesejuggler

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    Finally did some benchmarking on the Corsair Force MP510:

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  6. Zgembo

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    Hi, I wanted to report success with KingSpec 256GB 2242 M.2 NVMe (https://www.amazon.com/Docooler-KingSpec-Drive-Internal-NE-256/dp/B07GFL14XB, available way cheaper on AliXepress), plugged in M.2 Key B slot (socket 2). Some benchmark result:
    Code:
    root@bolt:/mnt# lsb_release -d -r
    Description:    Ubuntu Eoan Ermine (development branch)
    Release:    19.10
    root@bolt:/mnt# uname -a
    Linux bolt 5.3.0-10-generic #11-Ubuntu SMP Mon Sep 9 15:12:17 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
    
    root@bolt:/mnt# rm -f /mnt/fiotest.tmp && fio --loops=3 --size=1000m --filename=/mnt/fiotest.tmp --stonewall --ioengine=libaio --direct=1 \
      --name=Seq_Q32T1_r --bs=1m --iodepth=32 --rw=read \
      --name=Seq_Q32T1_w --bs=1m --iodepth=32 --rw=write \
      --name=4K_Q8T8_r --bs=4k --iodepth=8 --numjobs=8 --rw=randread \
      --name=4K_Q8T8_r --bs=4k --iodepth=8 --numjobs=8 --rw=randwrite \
      --name=4K_Q32T1_r --bs=4k --iodepth=32 --rw=randread \
      --name=4K_Q32T1_w --bs=4k --iodepth=32 --rw=randwrite \
      --name=4K_Q1T1_r --bs=4k --rw=randread \
      --name=4K_Q1T1_w --bs=4k --rw=randwrite
    
     . . .
    
    # Seq_Q32T1
    Run status group 0 (all jobs):
       READ: bw=777MiB/s (815MB/s), 777MiB/s-777MiB/s (815MB/s-815MB/s), io=3000MiB (3146MB), run=3859-3859msec
    Run status group 1 (all jobs):
      WRITE: bw=711MiB/s (746MB/s), 711MiB/s-711MiB/s (746MB/s-746MB/s), io=3000MiB (3146MB), run=4218-4218msec
    
    # 4K_Q8T8
    Run status group 2 (all jobs):
       READ: bw=342MiB/s (359MB/s), 42.8MiB/s-42.8MiB/s (44.9MB/s-44.9MB/s), io=23.4GiB (25.2GB), run=70072-70132msec
    Run status group 3 (all jobs):
      WRITE: bw=524MiB/s (549MB/s), 65.5MiB/s-65.6MiB/s (68.7MB/s-68.7MB/s), io=23.4GiB (25.2GB), run=45762-45800msec
    
    # 4K_Q32T1
    Run status group 4 (all jobs):
       READ: bw=329MiB/s (345MB/s), 329MiB/s-329MiB/s (345MB/s-345MB/s), io=3000MiB (3146MB), run=9123-9123msec
    Run status group 5 (all jobs):
      WRITE: bw=510MiB/s (535MB/s), 510MiB/s-510MiB/s (535MB/s-535MB/s), io=3000MiB (3146MB), run=5885-5885msec
    
    # 4K_Q1T1
    Run status group 6 (all jobs):
       READ: bw=48.9MiB/s (51.3MB/s), 48.9MiB/s-48.9MiB/s (51.3MB/s-51.3MB/s), io=3000MiB (3146MB), run=61299-61299msec
    Run status group 7 (all jobs):
      WRITE: bw=197MiB/s (207MB/s), 197MiB/s-197MiB/s (207MB/s-207MB/s), io=3000MiB (3146MB), run=15199-15199msec
    
    # Total IO ops
    Disk stats (read/write):
      nvme0n1: ios=7716000/7710654, merge=0/26, ticks=5273966/3355174, in_queue=1332396, util=96.52%
    For comparison, this is the measured speed of internal eMMC, same distro:
    Code:
    # Seq_Q32T1
    Run status group 0 (all jobs):
       READ: bw=276MiB/s (290MB/s), 276MiB/s-276MiB/s (290MB/s-290MB/s), io=1000MiB (1049MB), run=3622-3622msec
    Run status group 1 (all jobs):
      WRITE: bw=95.9MiB/s (101MB/s), 95.9MiB/s-95.9MiB/s (101MB/s-101MB/s), io=1000MiB (1049MB), run=10427-10427msec
    
    # 4K_Q8T8
    Run status group 2 (all jobs):
       READ: bw=14.9MiB/s (15.6MB/s), 1910KiB/s-1913KiB/s (1955kB/s-1958kB/s), io=8000MiB (8389MB), run=535398-536227msec
    Run status group 3 (all jobs):
      WRITE: bw=14.4MiB/s (15.1MB/s), 1840KiB/s-1842KiB/s (1884kB/s-1886kB/s), io=8000MiB (8389MB), run=555842-556453msec
    
    # 4K_Q32T1
    Run status group 4 (all jobs):
       READ: bw=14.5MiB/s (15.2MB/s), 14.5MiB/s-14.5MiB/s (15.2MB/s-15.2MB/s), io=1000MiB (1049MB), run=68783-68783msec
    Run status group 5 (all jobs):
      WRITE: bw=12.0MiB/s (13.6MB/s), 12.0MiB/s-12.0MiB/s (13.6MB/s-13.6MB/s), io=1000MiB (1049MB), run=77078-77078msec
    
    # 4K_Q1T1
    Run status group 6 (all jobs):
       READ: bw=12.5MiB/s (13.1MB/s), 12.5MiB/s-12.5MiB/s (13.1MB/s-13.1MB/s), io=1000MiB (1049MB), run=80026-80026msec
    Run status group 7 (all jobs):
      WRITE: bw=14.3MiB/s (15.0MB/s), 14.3MiB/s-14.3MiB/s (15.0MB/s-15.0MB/s), io=1000MiB (1049MB), run=69859-69859msec
    
    # Total IO ops
    Disk stats (read/write):
      mmcblk0: ios=2558629/2558344, merge=7370/7793, ticks=36660780/40356600, in_queue=67677960, util=98.24%
    
     
  7. Chris Taylor

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    I was really interested in this board UDOO BOLT if the HDMI would work I see some people with similar problem lucky for them they have resolved the issue. So I'm in the process of sending the board back to Mouse extremely disappointed and would definitely not purchase from UDOO again.

    SC40-1000-0000-C0
    UDOO BOLT V3
     
  8. Yoshimasa Tamari

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    Hi, everyone!

    I'm detailing it in another thread "ernel-Power41 on Windows10 Pro 64bit.", but apparently I'm having trouble with SSD compatibility.

    I used Silicon-power PCIe Gen3x4 P34A80 for SSD.

    Recommended by UDOOer Xeyrruken and stable when power management balance is set to active.
    Can other people use it without any special settings?

    If so, I would like to change to a product that does not require special settings. Please provide information.

    Thank you.
     
  9. itimpi

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    I have just successfully used a Transcend M.2 SSD 420S with the Bolt. It is only a 2242 form factor but the mounting hole is at the same point as the WiFi card so with the use of a spacer they can both be mounted via the same mount point. This model is much more cost-effective than the 2260 form factor Transcend cards if you want to contain costs.
     
  10. jasontwd

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    HI everyone,
    Ive loaded up my SU800 ADATA 512GB M.2 2280 SSD into the type M slot as per picture but cant get the bolt to recognize it?
    Do i need to enable something in the bios? or is this SSD not compatible? We dont have a lot of options here in New Zealand for SSD's and hard to find the right ones.
    cheers
    jason
     

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  11. fxlevy

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    Hello, I also use a SAMNSUNG NVME 970 EVo 1TB. But i have choosen the 'Evo Pus' version. It works just fine. I have installed a Ubuntu 18.04.3 version and it starts in few seconds... just amaizing. For french udooers, it can be found at amazon.fr
     
  12. rdslw

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    I can confirm that SSD ADATA XPG SX8200 PRO 1TB PCIe x4 NVMe works fine.

    Speeds seq around 3000 mb/s.

    Very good price/speed ratio.
     
  13. ej_1090

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    Confirmed working HP SSD EX900
     
  14. Kuulani

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    I dont think that particular module is compatible in socket 3.
    https://www.udoo.org/docs-bolt/Hardware_References/M.2_Connectors.html

    It should work in socket 2 but it is a 2280 and the max for that socket is 2260
     
  15. Luke

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    I have been running Windows 10 on a Crucial P1 1TB 2000MB/s 3D NAND NVMe M.2 SSD for 2 months. Really happy with it but if power goes out at home while my Bolt is on it won't boot up again unless I remove SSD, then boot to Bios, then turn off, reconnect SSD, boot up THEN Windows is back. Sooo painfull...
     

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  16. Xanatos

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    I am also using Silicon Power P34A80 1TB. I chose this drive for its high write endurance 1600 TBW for the 1TB using the Phison E12 controller. Speed is on par with other major brands. 5 year warranty is also a plus.
     
  17. VOC

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    Anyone tried an Samsung 860 EVO 1TB ?
    It looks like the Bios is unable to recognize it, at least, in my Bolt :(
     
  18. DJVT

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    Hi,
    I am using an Intel 760p series 512 GB m.2 nvme SSD (https://ark.intel.com/content/www/u...eries-512gb-m-2-80mm-pcie-3-0-x4-3d2-tlc.html). I chose this one because it was only around 100 € and had the lowest power consumption of all nvme SSDs I've compared. Power consumption and environmental heat tolerance are crucial for my intended applications...
    The SSD is very fast - not one of the fastest though but close. It doesn't heat up much and it runs without any issues whatsoever.
     
  19. Walter Roszko

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    I've installed a Samsung V-NAND SSD 970 EVO Plus 500GB NVMe M.2 and running Windows 10 Home with 1 stick of 16GB of Udoo RAM. Windows to login screen takes 4 seconds!
     
  20. fxlevy

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    @Walto, you're right it's incredible, the 970 EVO PLUS are just amazing and their reading and wirting speeds are incredible. I have installed a 1TO with Ubuntu 19.10 and it almost starts instantaneously after the boot pass (which becomes incredibly long in comparison).
     

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