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Name: NVMe SSD Controller SM951/PM951

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Name: NVMe SSD Controller

My 950 Pro has PCI ID 144d:a802 and subsystem ID 144d:a801. SM951 looks like sharing the same PCI ID, not sure about subsystem.

peremen

2016-01-23 00:54:51

Name: NVMe SSD Controller SM95x

Using "nvme id-ctrl /dev/nvme0n1" i'm getting the ModelNumber : MZVPV512HDGL-00000 (http://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/products/flash-storage/client-ssd/MZVPV512HDGL?ia=831). On the net, I found this document http://www.mullet.se/dokument/SM951_M.2_SSD_Spec_1.1_General(NVMe).pdf page 11, we see this ID for the 3 models.
The new name reflects the one on the different models: http://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/products/flash-storage/enterprise-ssd/ and the other device IDs (a820, a821)

Adrien

2016-11-22 00:50:14

Name: NVMe SSD Controller SM951 / PM951

EDIT : Check the "Device ID" from these 4 documents (table page 11/12) :
SM951 / a802 : http://www.mullet.se/dokument/SM951_M.2_SSD_Spec_1.1_General(NVMe).pdf
PM951 / a802 : http://www.mullet.se/dokument/PM951_M.2_SSD_Spec_0.5_General(NVMe).pdf
PM961 / a804 : http://www.mullet.se/dokument/PM961_M.2_SSD_for%20General_v1.1.pdf
SM961 / a804 : http://www.mullet.se/dokument/SM961_SSD_M.2_Spec_for%20General_v1.0.pdf

Seems A802 is for (S/P)M951, and A804 for (S/P)M961. But I don't know how to translate this first letter change.

Adrien

2016-11-22 01:20:49

Name: NVMe SSD Controller SM951/PM951

AlbertP

2016-12-14 18:58:20

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144d a801PM963 2.5" NVMe PCIe SSD

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