SSDs Compatible with Ezbook 3 pro

SSDs Compatible with Ezbook 3 pro

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  • #143674
    lations
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    I just got my EZBook Pro 3, the BIOS reads Build 02/01/2018 with version Jumper10x.P8.WP3132.N…..   and according to Device Manager the eMMC is SanDisk DF4064

    Update: perfectly flashed to unlocked bios on 02/01/18 bios thanks to @giovanni.

    I’m just wondering, in the bios should the ‘Power Limit – 1’ be set to Disable or Enable? I tried disabling it, but it didn’t seem to increase the TDP. However, if you leave it on Enabled, it seems like you can change the TDP value? But I guess not, because everyone else is having to use some kind of Windows-based software to do this. Can anyone shed light on this setting in the bios?

    I’ve made a full driver dump using DoubleDriver and I read it’s very easy to cherry-pick the drivers needed if Windows gives you ‘Unrecognized device’ errors after a reinstall, correct? I read that you can simply select the Unidentified Device, and point Windows to the full driver dump, and it will somehow know which one to use….is this correct?

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    #143690
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    you asked the same questions in another post
    I answered you there

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    #143693
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    you asked the same questions in another post I answered you there

     

    You did too, thanks Chupa!

     

    It’s a real shame there’s no way to permanently increase tdp. I saw a comment on Chris’s YouTube video about it that said you can do it from registry, but I guess not?

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    Chupa
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    you are welcome

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    #144805
    Andrej
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    I still don’t have the Ezbook 3 Pro with me, but it’s on the way. Since people seem to be having trouble with SSD, I decided to get one that was cheap, but not from Kingspec. Instead, I bought from a brand called OSCOO, model N800 m.2, from eBay.

    Anyone heard of them before? Any thoughts? It’s been hard to find information about them on google, already searched a lot but only seem to find links from shops.

    They have an official website though, with some pics of the factory and reception. Seems to be organized, maybe even trustable?
    I’ll post some thoughts once I have the chance to run some tests.

    #144806
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    Questi SSD sono compatibili? https://ssd.toshiba-memory.com/en-amer/ssd/rc100#ocz-nav

    Not compatible. This one is NVMe, will not fit sata 3 ports, even m.2 ones.

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    Or maybe they will? But Ezbook 3 pro doesn’t read NVMe, it seems.

    #144809
    HaraKiriJ
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    but ssd for ezbook3 pro about 500GB, reliable and fast? What can I take? Sorry, translated with Google translator

    #144880
    Chupa
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    my 3s works well with a 512 gb kingspec 80mm version speed 500/500
    they now also offer 1t and 2t 2280 m.2

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    #145951
    HaraKiriJ
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    Questo?

    KingSpec SATA III 6 Gb/s M.2 (2280) 3D Nand NGFF SSD interno per ultrabook 512 GB https://www.amazon.it/dp/B078MJHLCM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_9F3HBb4Y37S0E
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    #145952
    HaraKiriJ
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    O questo?

    KingSpec m.2 SSD 2242 120 gb 240 gb 512 gb HDD 22x42mm NGFF M2 SATA A Stato Solido hard Disk per Notebook PC del CUBO di i7Stylus Surface Pro
    http://s.aliexpress.com/6nAFBjaM?fromSns=Copy to Clipboard

    #147706
    paolo.imc
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    ezbook 3 pro with bios dated Jan 2018, purchased Oct 2018

    Perfectly compatible with Samsung evo 860 250 gb M.2 2280

    Both read and write speed above 500

    I tried before a Transcend MTS 420 240 gb 2242 but I found read speed almost zero (0….) while write speed was above 300

    Clearly I had to open the back panel and trim the plastic frame to fit the Samsung in, but it takes couple of minutes.

    Great ultrabook indeed

     

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    Emmyoueffsee
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    #147788
    paolo.imc
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    Don’t think so

    it must be M.2 standard like this

    https://goo.gl/images/ikd5ZF

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    bananas33
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    ezbook 3 pro with bios dated Jan 2018… I tried before a Transcend MTS 420 240 gb 2242 but I found read speed almost zero (0….) while write speed was above 300

    I was tempted to get exactly this drive since I’ve seen elsewhere that a Transcend drive worked in a 3 Pro but probably earlier than this BIOS version.  Anyone else tried this combination?  Is it really so hit and miss getting an M.2 SATA-3 SSD that works in this machine?

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