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What is the max allowed capacity if I want to install nvme ssd

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What is the max allowed capacity if I want to install nvme ssd 

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The max number is very high but due to physical limit you can use 2TB. I know there are few vendors now can squeeze 4TB to single sided 2280 form factor but it is much safer to use 2TB.

 

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@yogesh_chillarg 

 

The max number is very high but due to physical limit you can use 2TB. I know there are few vendors now can squeeze 4TB to single sided 2280 form factor but it is much safer to use 2TB.

 

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