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    Thread: SATA to M2 Nvme 2280 Adaptor (M Key)

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      SATA to M2 Nvme 2280 Adaptor (M Key)

      Aslaam-o-Alikum;

      Looking for above mentioned product. send me your demand and location.


      Regards

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      I am sorry but I don't think an NVME m.2 drive will work with SATA interface. They are fundamentally different. Nvme uses Pci express.

      What you are looking for is a SATA m.2 (non nvme) drive adapter.

      But then again, you will be burning your money. M.2 sata has the same speed as your standard laptop ssd, only because they are so small.. they're more expensive.
      In short, if you want fast speed, upgrade the system. Otherwise, just buy any regular SSD.

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      I am looking something like this for laptop
      https://www.daraz.pk/products/m2-ssd...aUpai&search=1

      Well Sometimes you get lucky enough to get NVME M.2 cheapest enough to the price of SSD Sata. Why to use it if you will be limited to SATA 3 speed after converting it thought the adaptor like shown above?
      It is future proof, what if i get upgrade my laptop in future and my new laptop comes up with the M.2 port that support nvme? I can also use it with my desktop using M.2 or M.2 to pcie adaptor in future. I can also use it by connecting it to M.2 to USB converter, like external SSD. So buying cheaper M.2 nvme is being future proof.

      Hope you get your answer.
      Jazak ALLAH

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