I have HP Pavilion a1600n desktop released in 2006 with legacy BIOS (non-UEFI).
Motherboard Model: Asus NODUS3
Chipset: nVidia GeForce 6150(C51) + MCP51
BIOS: 5.07 (3/19/2007) (Phoenix - AwardBIOS)
CPU: Athlon 64X2 6000+, Socket: AM2, DDR2-666
Graphics: 64MB NVIDIA GeForce 6150 LE (HP)
Will it be possible to add Nvme support to this?
This machine has SATA 1 ports and one PCI-E X16 Ver 1.0 port.
Can they be upgraded to SATA 2/3 and PCI-E Ver 2.0/3.0 by modding?
Please post if you know.
Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!
What do you mean with “NVMe support” and why did you post your request into the “Drivers” Sub-Forum?
You can use any NVMe SDD with your system and you will not even have to install a specific NVMe driver, if you are running Win10.
A problem will only orrur, when you want to boot off the NVMe SSD. If this should be your intention, I recommend to read the start post of the stickied threads, which are within >this< Sub-Forum.
Dieter (alias Fernando)
Thanks! I will try to use Clover to make my old system NVMe bootable.
The mobo is so old that can only support pcie 1.0 and sata 1.0
Modded bios couldn’t make it update to pcie3.0 and sata 3.0,`cause it’s desided by the hardware mobo
I suggest you to buy secondhand 1155pin mobo(e.g. B75/H77/Z77),it’s cheap and could support the pcie3.0 and sata3.0 and nvme(modded bios)