11-09-2019 03:38 AM
I'd like to add an M.2 ssd on my laptop. As I had noticed, the laptop has the connector, but what is the type of the M.2 slot? Is it a "B key" socket or a "M key" socket? Does it support the NVMe standard or the SATA standard?
Thanks in advance.
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11-09-2019 04:37 AM - edited 11-09-2019 04:40 AM
It is a 3D Nand PCIe SATA M.2 type and it is not compatible with NVMe SSD products.
See the guaranteed compatible SSD products at the Crucial Memory link below this line.
You should be able to find those compatible SSD products at the Crucial memory European Union website or just search with the part number online.
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