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MYy laptop Support M2 SSD?

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Hello , i wanna buy Samsung 970 Evo plus 250gb 3500/2300 , but i no idea for my laptop support it ör no. can anyone answer me?

And , my laptop if support , can i get 3500 /2300 too? 

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According to chapter 1 of your notebook's service manual, the M.2 slot pictured in your screenshot, supports both SATA and NVMe SSD's.

 

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samsung evo 970 plus 250 gb can i buy?

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According to the manual, any NVMe drive should work, so that would include the Samsung evo 970 plus 250 gb model you are interested in buying.

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My laptop can Get 3500/2400 speed?

Samsung Evo says it

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Unfortunately, I would have no idea what the specs of the slot is.

 

Normally when the M.2 slot supports both SATA and NVMe drives, the slot is not of the fastest spec.

 

I would be surprised if you got the full advertised read/write speeds in your notebook, but I can't say for sure that you wouldn't.

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