ODROID-H2 compatible NVMe cards

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ODROID-H2 compatible NVMe cards

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Checked the wiki - it appears we don't have a list of compatible M.2 NVMe PCIe 2.0 x 4 "cards" - like we have for RAM.

I'm seeing 2 ADs: The Intel 660p card seems to be compatible, but both seem to be classified as "SSDs"... and the H2 product page says SSDs are not supported... confused...

Any recommendations ?
Looking for 128/256/512 GB NVMe cards.

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the second is not PCIe, he sata - ODROID-H2 is not supported SATA SSD in the M.2 M connector.
only PCIe SSD supported, and also not all of them supported NVMe
choose
venkatbo wrote:
Sat Oct 26, 2019 1:37 am
intel-660p-series-512gb
very small life time - only 100 Terabyte Written (TBW = Total Bytes Written)
choose from resource TBW more than > 300
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life time is calculated as:
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with a capacity of 500GB (0.5TB) and 100TBW, DWPD ~ 100GB (0.1TB) Written per Day, within 5 years
with a capacity of 500GB (0.5TB) and 300TBW, DWPD ~ 300GB (0.3TB) Written per Day, within 5 years
i.e. life time for a capacity of 500GB, TBW 100 is 100GB per day and TBW 300 is 300GB per day, within 5 years
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I am using my H2 with one 760p M.2 SSD (256 GB capacity). 660p M.2 SSD should also work fine. I guess any M key SSD should work. I put one 512 GB M.2 SSD in my desktop.
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I confirm...
Intel 760p M.2 (256GB) --> working

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I've used a Kingston NVME memory from several months ago and it worked fine.

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odroid@h2:~$ sudo nvme list
Node             SN                   Model                                    Namespace Usage                      Format           FW Rev  
---------------- -------------------- ---------------------------------------- --------- -------------------------- ---------------- --------
/dev/nvme0n1     5002********BDFD     KINGSTON SA1000M8240G                    1         240.06  GB / 240.06  GB    512   B +  0 B   E8FK11.L
But I'm not sure if it is the exactly same model in your link or not.

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This is the one I have for a while and perfect so far
https://www.amazon.de/gp/aw/d/B07HR83J4 ... UTF8&psc=1

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iranthavan wrote:
Sat Jan 18, 2020 7:54 pm
Is this card compatible with H2?

https://www.amazon.in/Kingston-Internal ... ics&sr=1-3
Working perfectly fine so far ... will update there is any issue.

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I did see on page H2 not support m2 to sata....

But if hardware take care of m2 drives and I using data drivers. Shuldent that work?

I found a sweet adapter with 2x m2 with raid 0 or 1 converted to sata port.

This should be a neet! Setup for my H2!

I also find one with 4 m2 drives. So you should technical use 8xm2 drives on the 2 data ports on this H2 beast!
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Have installed this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KGLN3HN/re ... B082XFWNV8 and it works perfect
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bswamina wrote:Have installed this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KGLN3HN/re ... B082XFWNV8 and it works perfect
You install it directly to pcix port? I can't use that port in my setup. I dedicated that for my 40mbit network card.



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Since today I have 1TB Adata SX6000 pro in mine H2.
Initially it didnt want to work. Even updated bios and nothing. Windows installer, Ubuntu 19.10, ESXi didnt discover the disk. When I changed the settings, compliance on enabled and related to power on disabled, I was able to see the disk.
When I updated the disk in laptop with the newest firmware, it started to work without any changes in the bios, all default.
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tomasi wrote:Since today I have 1TB Adata SX6000 pro in mine H2.
Initially it didnt want to work. Even updated bios and nothing. Windows installer, Ubuntu 19.10, ESXi didnt discover the disk. When I changed the settings, compliance on enabled and related to power on disabled, I was able to see the disk.
When I updated the disk in laptop with the newest firmware, it started to work without any changes in the bios, all default.
Interesting how it can be.

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Have no idea, still I am not going to complain. Before Proxmox, Windows 10 installer did not discover the disk, now it is seen. I think firmware updates can improve compatibility.

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I'm using the Samsung 970 EVO Plus 250GB PCI Express x4 M.2 2280 (MZ-V7S250BW) for 4 days and it's ok.
I installed arch linux on it.
https://www.samsung.com/uk/memory-stora ... -V7S250BW/

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I'm using WD Blue SN550 NVMe for a week and it's working well. :)

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Tested out the silicon power A80 NVME on the H2+ (512gb version)
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Intel has a short lifespan number but they sip juice. The 970 Evo Plus is rated 3.3V 2.7A while my 665P only requires 1.51A and actual power consuption is under 4 watts.

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