I'm using a motherboard with a Z370 chipset with the Win 10 OS on a Samsung 250Gb M.2 SSD drive. I recently stated that M.2 drives were the fastest available but our Barbaric member pointed out I was erroneous in my assumption and corrected me by saying NVME drives were in fact the fastest.\n\nSo I immediately went out and bought a bar of coal tar soap and carefully washed the egg from my face.\n\nMore pertinently, I decided I'd like to upgrade to an NVME drive, using one that was also a little larger. Some searching led me to find an OEM Intel 512Gb NVME drive selling for the reasonable price of £120.00.\n\nBefore I ordered one though I thought I best check compatibility and it turns out that it is possible but only through a rather complicated process that can only be done with a fresh install of Windows 10. Furthermore the BIOS would need some specialist drivers from Intel to suit this SSD type. Several articles and hardware sites all pointed out and agreed that migration of an existing Win 10 OS from an existing installation is not possible.\n\nSo that's that idea shelved then. I don't actually need any more hard disk space on the OS drive and it would only have given me a slight increase in speed so I suppose you could say I've saved 120 quid.\n\nI'll be leaving the purchase of an NVME storage device until I change to at least a Z390 chipset then though by the time that comes around it's likely both storage media and chipsets may have undergone further upgrades.\n\nIf this folding stuff continues to burn a hole in my pocket I may upgrade from my current 3Tb Games hard disk to a Western Digital Black 4Tb Hard Disk for games storage as my current 3Tb disk is almost full up. The WD Black 4Tb is currently just under £170 on Amazon.