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Greetings,

 

Does someone has any experience, or knowledge on if the 8200 Elite will boot from a PCIe SSD disk like the Kingston HyperX Predator (with the HHHL adapter) or a similar product?

 

The only information I could find so far, is that it probably won't boot from an NVMe device with a PCIe adapter.

 

Thanks,

Pantelis

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Panteliss, welcome to the forum.

 

Here are the recommendations from Crucial Memory.  If Crucial recommends a SSD it is guaranteed to work or it will be replaced with no additional cost to you.  If you have questions, you should contact their Tech Support to answer them before ordering a SSD.  There are six different capacities from which to choose.  Crucial makes very good quality products.

 

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Thank you very much for your message!

 

Thanks on the info on Crucial, nice to know, usually I checked with the Kingston website.

 

It seems that Crucial doesn't have a similar product to what I'm looking for!

 

As I specified, looking for information on if 8200 Elite will boot off a PCI card. And specifically a PCIe SSD card, not drive!

 

I was hoping if someone has info from HP on that, or if someone has actually tried it and worked.

 

I found on a foreign language forum, that the Mushkin Scorpion PCIe SSD actually works on 8100/8200 but I can't find this card in my country!

 

That's why I'm asking for Kingston HyperX Predator HHHL, or a similar product from Intel (like the 750-series) or something!

 

Kind regards,

Pantelis

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You are very welcome.  I hope that you find what you need.  I am not very familiar with that type of SSD.

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