OK, first, since there are no Samsung drivers available for the drive, using the Samsung NVMe drivers for a 980 Pro may cause Bluescreens.
A UEFI Bios has built-in drivers for that drive. All you should need to do is allow it to boot but you have to be using the UEFI version of the Install Media.
Win 11 .iso downloads are available for the public. You can download the straight .iso file then mount the .iso and copy over the files to an NTFS formatted flash drive. Place the USB in your system before
you boot or reboot so it can be read by the Bios. Then just select it from a boot device menu.
The Install will take care of configuring the drive. For Win 11, make sure the CSM is disabled in the Bios. Also, if you have a PTT option in the Bios and not physical TPM chip, make sure PTT is enabled.