Hey Gurus, so I managed to score an M.2 NVME drive earlier today for an amazing $75 and I just got done with Acronis 2017 cloning my current SATA SSD OS drive to the new M.2 drive. Speeds tests right after installing it in the M.2 slot were quite a bit faster than my OS SSD, both since it is a SATA drive and it running the OS. The clone took about 10 minutes (they are both 500GB drives) and then I went into the UEFI and made sure it is booting from the NVME drive now. Disk Management and several drive testing programs confirm I'm in the OS on the NVME drive, but ASSSD and CrystalDiskMark scores are nearly exactly the same as when my SATA SSD was running the OS. Is there a certain way you are supposed to migrate an OS from SATA to NVME? Have any of you done this and not seen a speed gain? I was hoping to have Windows feel snappier due to the higher 4k numbers so I'd love to get this fixed or figure out what is going on.