- May 3, 2012
- Intel DH67BL
- Core i7-2600K
- Intel HD 3000
- Mobile Phone
If your BIOS has NVMe services in its UEFI, then no issue used as boot disk.So, to confirm before I buy, the 951 works fine OOB as a boot drive, the 950 pro works, but not as a boot disk? And, trim is useless/not applicable to either, in OSX or windows?
Any reason I shouldn't get a 951 for my Mac Boot disk and a 950 Pro for my windows boot disk?
But NVMe on OS X requires NVMeGeneric.kext which as a few known problems... It was not written to be used as a boot drive. The author intended it only as a data drive for genuine Apple MacPro (which works well).
Using NVMe for Windows and AHCI for OS X is reasonable, assuming you have dual M.2 x4 slots.