Question GigaByte B360N WIFI boot from M.2 SSD

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From the manual "Storage Interface Chipset: - 1 x M.2 connector on the back of the motherboard (Socket 3, M key, type 2260/2280 SATA and PCIe x4/x2 SSD support)" you should have no problem booting from an M.2 NMVE SSD.
 

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Well, they are not saying specifically that allow booting from M.2 SSD.
 
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It is a standard feature, with the sole intention of being used as a boot drive. Once upon a time, NVME drives had buggy firmware and BIOS versions were primitive and you even often had to load drivers before installing Windows. This was a long time ago, you literally have nothing to worry about, I have not seen a board yet in the last 2 generations of Intel Chipsets have any problems.
 

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