I have the same issue as you have with bios and secure boot. I've decided to wait a while before taking any action. Windows 11 is still in development so anything can change, and it's not a good idea to install it right after release anyway. Let's just wait and see how other people solve these issues, there will be plenty of guides and vids about this matter when Windows 11 is officially released.I am in an upgrade mood ! For starter because I really wouldn't mind more disk space, and for fuck's sake, I won't let it be said that I don't blindly follow Windows in a new version like a moronic moth into a flame ! Oh, wait...
So my PC, or parts of it -
AMD RYZEN5 2600X Socket AM4 4.25Ghz+19MB
MSI B450 Tomahawk AMD Socket AM4
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16Go (2x8Go) DDR4 3000MHz C15 XMP 2.0
MSI Geforce 2060 Super
The nifty Windows 11 tool Ge0force linked to says...
I was thinking about buying a Samsung 980 NVME drive, Pro version looks nice but pricier (is it needed ?). I suppose it would solve the DirectStorage compatibility thing, and be a good opportunity to do clean install with an UEFI format. I'm not clear about my MB being secure boot ready though.
I seem to vaguely recall recall horror stories several years ago when NVME were new, overheating mostly. And my PC is not the chillest, it can go in the 70c when gaming.
So what says you, Meta ? Is this doable ? Will I bask in the glory of a new super fast drive and enjoy a Windows version that doesn't subtly whisper to meevery other day ?REBUILD ICON CACHE, MOTHERFUCKER !
Well, let's not get carried away
Every input welcome ! And if it is not too much to ask, I would love your opinion on this ISee