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Supermicro X10DRi seems to support boot from NVMe devices

The X10DRi which is a one of Supermicro's mobo seemes to be able to boot from NVMe devices.

You may think “why now do you care that?” but, the mobo doesn't have any M.2 slots, or I haven't seen the official clearly announcement. Moreover, I couldn't find the information when I read their FAQs because there are some confusing answers about their similar products.

Like these. Well, it is safe to say it can boot from NVMe with a Option ROM.

I assumed it can do natively because it is for enterprise use which is produced by establied Supermicro, so I had bought U.2 SSD Samsung PM983 without thinking too much days ago. Be that as it may, I found I could seem to install the Option ROM into PM983 using Samsung DC Toolkit according to later survey, or in the worst case, I thought it would work itself out somehow with Clover EFI bootloader.

That's way I installed it into the X10DRi, then it normally worked out without any problems.

I tried to disable its Option ROM, but it is still recognised by BIOS, and the machine can boot from it, so the mobo natively supports the NVMe boot in UEFI mode, I guess.

This result is under condition as BIOS revision 3.1b. My apologies if it doesn't work.

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