Dell T3610 with E5-2667V2 CPU

For example, my Dell gaming PC:

Dell T3610,

CPU E5-2667v2 3,3MHz (Boost 8-cores 3,6MHz; 1-core 4,0MHz)

CPU Cooler  NOCTUA NH-U9DX i4 

RAM 16 Gb PC3-14900R 

GPU RX 5600XT

SSD 720Gb (2*360GB RAID 0)

NVME SSD 128GB (I can't boot win10 from it. Who knows why?? ****Thanks!)

PSU 685W

Audio Asus Xonar D1

 

 

 

3DMARK results http://www.3dmark.com/spy/17985738

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  • Very cool. Bios doesn't support nvme booting. Work around is to use clover efi bootloader. Haven't tried it myself but there is a decent amount of info out there on it. Biosmods may have a modded bios for it too that has the nvme driver. I believe clover has to be run off a flash drive and I always wanted to try it in a 3610 because it has an internal usb port so you would never be prone to unplugging it.

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      • Aleksandr
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      • 5 mths ago
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      Rob Frank 

      I was able to install win 10 on NVME drive, but "Windows Boot Loader" does not see NVME drive. I think the problem may be in the M2 SSD because i am using "no-name" drive from aliexpress.

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  • No. The cheap drive has nothing to do with it. You can install win 10 on to it. Seems everyone has been able to do that. But it does not show back up as a boot option. So again you should look into clover bootloader.

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