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Badr_alharbi
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Second M.2 SSD slot

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After I remove the cover of m.2 ssd cover do I need to remove that thing like rubber as it sticks on motherboard or I put the ssd  up that ?
I was install up and it work fine but I afraid its wrong Untitled.png

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Brusay
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Badr_alharbi,

 

Since there is no rubber pad behind the SSD at SSD1, then I would recommend that you gently remove the rubber pad at SSD2.  The SSD can run hot and you will want airflow on both sides of the SSD.

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Please provide the picture of the motherboard, where you have installed SSD.

 

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Brusay
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Badr_alharbi,

 

Since there is no rubber pad behind the SSD at SSD1, then I would recommend that you gently remove the rubber pad at SSD2.  The SSD can run hot and you will want airflow on both sides of the SSD.

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