04-25-2017 02:17 AM
I was wondering if my laptop does support m.2 SSD or mSata? I was looking for the following SSDs.
Are any of these SSDs compatible with my laptop?
Any information will be helpful. Thanks
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04-25-2017 02:32 AM
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04-25-2017 09:30 AM - edited 04-25-2017 09:31 AM
Flash cache Intel 24-GB mSATA module (Intel Smart Response Technology (SRT), not available on computer models equipped with WWAN or SSD)
It dates from prior to M.2 hardware and a small (24 or 32 gig) mSATA flash cache is the only kind of mSATA you can install.
Those are not really a storage drive but bind with a mechanical drive to speed it up somewhat.
A 2.5 inch SATA-III SSD in lieu of a mechanical hard drive is actually a much faster option for you.
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