5 months ago
I built another PC - this one being a X570 build. I am using the ASUS TUF WIFI with a Ryzen 3600.
In using userbenchmark, it says that my inland performance drive is running below average (I believe at 33%). I have it installed in the M.2_1 slot of the board (closest to chip and GPU), even though the M.2_2 slot has the pre-installed heat sink. I looked at the user manual and it does not specify an individual M.2 slot to install within. Might it be better to install it to the M.2_2?
Also - are there any Bios settings that I might need to change in order to speed this drive up? Is it possible that I may have just received an underperforming drive via the bell curve? Any help in speeding this thing up would be appreciated. Thanks!