The Intel® SSD 750 Series have been tested with selected motherboards. Using this drive as boot device requires Intel® Z97 Chipset or an Intel® X99 Chipset. Please note that even some motherboards with these chipsets may have limitations to work with these drives, as noted in the document: Intel® SSD 750 Series — Tested Motherboards
Boot capability of the Intel® SSD 750 Series in systems using the C602 and X79 chipsets was not tested. Intel does not support nor recommend using the drive as boot device with these motherboards.
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Yes, It is possible with C602 chipset. Even the BIOS is critical. The BIOS in my machines supports it. I am using it as a boot drive. Mine is a HP Z820 workstation.
Couple of things I found is,
You should use original Microsoft DVD to install. The altered images do not work well in EFI mode.
The Intel NVME driver should be in a USB stick in a USB 2.0 port. The driver did not load when I tried it in a USB 3.0 port.