booting nvme disk via pcie adapter on older machines

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    6th gen is not something I would buy. If I had one hanging around, then it might be worth adding nvme support.
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    Curious if anybody else has done this.
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       #33

    Doesn't a 6th Gen NVMe require PCIe 4?

    I don't see needing speed like that. Well, me anyway. I should buy a USB C to NVMe adapter for my clones though. It'd go a lot faster! I'd need a 2TB NVMe drive for the clone though as I currently use a 2TB NVMe drive. Right now my clones go to a Hitachi Enterprise SATA III platter and it takes quite a while to do a full clone backup.
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    Ah, it looks like Gen 5 is the highest for NVMe... and I see now you're referring to the poster's CPU. My bad...
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    These mods allow using a cheap pcie to nvme adapter.

    performance varies according to the pcie version and number of lanes.
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