Working on installing radiators in Fractal torrent. Fighting w/ it for about an hour to shoehorn in the 2x180mm + 3x140mm. Finally get them in. Just to realize the ports on the 3x120mm are blocked by a fan on the 2x180mm. If you read my post in my thread I first tried a 2x140mm but the fan would hit my SSD. Fine I guess I can ditch my ol' Samsung 950 boot drive and just use the 2 2TB SX8200 Pros.
BUT I just did a fresh install of Windows recently and had it tweaked absolutely perfect. Tons of registry tweaks to get it just right. I'll try cloning it. Desktop is down and can't really use it as I have no GPU available and it has a CPU block w/ no loop.
Have an Orico USB-C NVMe enclosure that I've never used. Hook up to Dell laptop. Toss in first NVMe drive, says partition is invalid. Second and the Samsung 950 Pro all do the same. Open up laptop and toss first ADATA NVMe drive in the free slot. Works. Do a backup on it so I can wipe it. All good.
Have Samsung 950 Pro in USB-C enclosure and the ADATA in laptop. Hook up IODD (virtual optical drive) and mount clonezilla ISO. Go to boot to it. Dell laptop will not boot to anything except the stock NVMe SSD or ethernet. Tried disable secure boot any anything else I could find that would prevent it. Bios doesn't allow the selection of any other boot device.
OK, last shot I'll try using the USB-C enclosure + the IODD on my old desktop which is a miner. Locks up booting to IODD. Only system I've ever seen that it won't work on....
OK, for real this is the last try. Download clonezilla and throw it on a USB drive. Boot to it....Won't see the damn boot drive in the USB-C enclosure.
EDIT: I do believe I actually killed the Samsung 950 Pro. I removed the heatsink earlier so I could fit it in the USB-C enclosure. Went to wipe the drive and it shows up as 0GB.
It could be USB-C enclosure. I wouldn't panic, yet.