Hello, I had the exact same problems, both with Windows and Linux. After some digging, I found out that there seems to be an incompabilty between the AMD SB710/750 chipset and newer Samsung drives when using NCQ. There are two ways to fix this: 1) Disable AHCI in the BIOS and switch to IDE 2) Disable NCQ only Option 2 should be prefered because AHCI without NCQ is still better than pure IDE. Disable NCQ on Windows: https://superuser.com/questions/1294158/what-may-cause-very-high-crc-errors-on-ssd-apart-from-bad-sata-cables-if-any (see Falcosoft's answer!) Disable NCQ on Linux: Use grub parameter "libata.force=noncq" After disabling NCQ, all my CRC problems vanished. Hope this helps.
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