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Old 09-04-2022, 02:11 PM
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Default Re: First experience with NVMe M.2 in enclosure - bad.

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It’s not off topic. The reason you’re having issues is because you have a pcie 3 enclosure which is using Rosetta 2 to run. Don’t expect it to work on future updates. If you want your pcie 3 cards to work, invest in a high end intel like the Mac Pro.
I don’t normally give free consulting. I charge fees for my services. Take your rubbish somewhere else.

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Yet another pile of incoherent nonsense.

You are a technically inept idiot spamming your crap all over DUC again, like you do before. People come here to help get problems solved and learn and all you do is ruin it for other people. **** off. Why you have not been kicked off DUC is beyond me.
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You guys implicating the f word is reason for you both to be banned. I’m sorry, read the tos


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Default Re: First experience with NVMe M.2 in enclosure - bad.

Trying to get this thread back on track:

I know that the internal SSD in current Macs are wickedly fast. How does a single NVME Thunderbolt enclosure (no switch) with a NVME SSD (like a Samsung 980 PRO PCIe® 4.0 NVMe™ SSD 2TB) compare?

EDIT: Never mind. Matrrixx answered this in this thread https://duc.avid.com/showthread.php?t=421527
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Trying to get this thread back on track:

I know that the internal SSD in current Macs are wickedly fast. How does a single NVME Thunderbolt enclosure (no switch) with a NVME SSD (like a Samsung 980 PRO PCIe® 4.0 NVMe™ SSD 2TB) compare?
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