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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    But my WIFI/BT doesn't work other slots. But I will try that. Yes, I am using SATA ports. But my manual saying; The M.2 socket shares SATA ports with SATA Express. So I left my "A" ports empty. I am using 3/4/6 for my HDD and SSD. I don't want to buy new adapter 'cause I will probably upgrade my system when Intel release 9700K which looks it will release in October. Anyway, finally, I found a way set up to BIOS settings to M.2. If I choose M.2 alone system restart itself and turn the settings SATAExpress automatically. After this settings never turn itself to SATA Express. Here is what I did; Under Onboard Devices Configuration; PCI-EX16_3 Band Width must be x4 after this setting, I can choose M.2 Under SATA Mode Configuration. But now I lost my sata port I don't know which one but I will test it tomorrow. After this changing, my speed increased. I've done the test five times in a row and I got damn the pretty great score this time. Write speed score always 1500MB but Read score first time I got 2700MB. Probably I must play more and find the right settings for my system. Thank you again, guys, for all help. You are really helped a lot.
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    Yes, I have the latest BIOS v3802. Here is the weird thing coming; My board specification says it supports both SATA & PCIE mode. 1 x M.2 x4 Socket 3, with M Key, type 2242/2260/2280/22110 storage devices support (both SATA & PCIE mode) Or am I interpreting this sentence incorrectly? @surfinchina @jerryy2 @DocXavier are you all getting the same score for each test? Here are my 5 test results in a row; 1) 1560MB W 2100MB R 2) 700MB W 2150MB R 3) 350MB W 2185MB R 4) 1537MB W 2150MB R 5) 1532MB W 2085MB R This EVO is my boot drive and its APFS. is it possible the test without format on windows? I tried with Samsung Magician and CrystalDiskMark, but it does not allow. Also, I don't get it why I am not choosing M.2 on BIOS? When I try to choose it always turning SataExpress automatically after restart.
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    Thanks to info. But how to other people getting almost full speed? They are using the onboard socket just like me. should I use my NMVE with PCI adapter for speed?
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    I read the manual over and over again. My SATA Express ports are empty. But when change SataExpress to M.2 I cant never boot. But I didn't remove the device first. I think just like you said first I must remove NVME >Change Bios Settings to M.2>Shut Down>Install device again>Start. I will try that then share the result. We will see what will happen. Edit: I used that setting a very long time and I remember what happen the change this setting on BIOS. I also tried again just like you said. Here it is what happening after change this setting; when you change this setting to M.2 machine restart itself 2 times and change this setting to SataExpress Automatically. You can't set up this setting to M.2. Default Setting is the right setting for NVME.
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    My mobo on my signature. These are the slots I use. All other slots are empty.
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    Actually, my motherboard says 1 x M.2 x4 Socket 3 (32Gb/s M.2 x 4 Support) but I think this is not right in reality.
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    C'mon guys stop making show off How do you get those speeds What kind of hack are you using? are you both using PCI Adapter or directly installed on motherboard?
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    is this your Kingston or EVO? I tried also HFPS+ but this does not change anything. @Pavo are you using anything such as SSDT, settings on config.plist or BIOS settings?
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    Guys, my NVME write speed so slow 600MB to 800MB is this normal? I can't find any solution what can I do for that?
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    Thank you, that works.
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    I am using this command and choosing Anywhere but still doesn't open the app; is this command changed? sudo spctl --master-disable Always getting this error; I also allow the app from the privacy tab. No problem on HS.
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    VirtualSMC — SMC Emulator

    Just wondering, if I am not using iStats or HWmonitor should I need to add these kexts and .dylib tool? SMCBatteryManager.kext SMCLightSensor.kext SMCProcessor.kext libaistat.dylib
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    Slow NVMe write speeds apfs?

    Yesterday I saw your message and I thought I got finally found a solution for my slow NVME speed but today when I looked my in case none of my HDD connected to SATA Express port My write speed is 250MB between 850MB, read speed is always 1850MB and I never found a solution for that and probably never will
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    VirtualSMC — SMC Emulator

    Thank you both. Finally, boot log is gone and everything looks working. Thank you again.
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    VirtualSMC — SMC Emulator

    I tried but I am still getting boot log. I dont get it where am I doing wrong. Could you please share your files with me? Thank you.
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