- Oct 23, 2012
- MSI B360m Mortar Titanium
- RX 560
- Mobile Phone
Could anybody check if their NVMe controller appears like Generic SSD Controller and not like Apple SSD Controller?
I’ve had the same issue with low budget SSD SATA drives. Samsung, Sandisk, Kingston drives all list correctly but Inland Pro SSDs list as generic.My Samsung NVMe 951 is reporting as an 'Apple SSD Controller' under SATA/SATA Express tab, but is reporting as a 'Generic SSD Controller' under NVMExpress tab in System Information.
Probably just cosmetic issue as there is no noticeable degradation of the NVMe drives speed.
Yes, the 951 is listing as SAMSUNG MZHPV256HDGL-00000, this is a AHCI SATA SSD installed to the built-in x2 NVMe slot on my Gigabyte Z97X-UD5H motherboardI’ve had the same issue with low budget SSD SATA drives. Samsung, Sandisk, Kingston drives all list correctly but Inland Pro SSDs list as generic.
Is the 951 listing as Samsung?