Has anyone heard when we might expect M.2 NVMe support for the DS3617xs and other '17' models? Currently, only M.2 SATA is supported.
Also curious to know if Synology plans to allow creation of volumes (vs. caches) on M2D18 adapters in a future DSM release.
Thanks for any comments. Ron
Just installed a DS3617xs with M2D18 using M.2 SSDs I had on hand (Samsung 860 EVO). I'd like to replace these SSDs with something more robust; but the compatibility chart on Synology's Website lists only a handful of Intel SSDs in the "Enterprise" class.
First question: can the M.2 heat sinks...
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