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I recently bought this ssd (https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-A400-240G-SATA-Internal/dp/B07P22RK1G/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywor...) and I was wondering if it would work for my hp pavilion 690-0020.

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@Caleb626,

The HP 690-0020 has an M.2 socket 3, key M, which means NVMe.

NVMe (PCIEx4) has 1 notch, and SATA (PCIEx2) has 2 notches, called B+M.

Here is a lengthy discourse on the devices.  Your device, if it fits, would only run at PCIEx2 (SATA speeds).   The more meaningful part (for you) is the last section starting with "Form factors and keying".

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So it would or wouldn’t work?

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@Caleb626,

Some boards will accept it. If it would work, it work register when you reboot and look into the BIOS for boot device hardware. Or it might register as an unformatted (good) as your just testing.  But is it did work, it would be only be 450Mb/s, and that is slower than your hard drive.  An NVMe would be 7+ times faster in the "read".

A Samsung EVO 970 500GB m.2 NVME is about $90. Look at the specs.

Cloning to a smaller device (SSD):

https://www.ubackup.com/clone/clone-large-hdd-to-smaller-ssd-4348.html

https://www.easeus.com/partition-master/clone-larger-hdd-to-smaller-ssd.html

 

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