M.2 SSD for Asus NX500J laptop

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  1. bobkn's Avatar
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       #11

    sygnus21 said:
    I'm addressing the "finding a 1TB or larger M.2 SSD that isn't NVME." statement. Clearly they can be easily found
    True.

    The implicit assumption is that we are looking for a non-NVME M.2 SSD that would be of use to carloscbj89. A SATA one is not. This isn't a game.

    If you can find a non-NVME PCI-E M.2 2280 SSD of 1TB or larger, carloscbj89 may be thrilled.

    I haven't checked eBay.
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  2. NavyLCDR's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #12

    I did not find any PCIe AHCI SSDs over 512GB. I actually had no idea that there were AHCI SSDs that were not also SATA .
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  3. sygnus21's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (x64) 20H2 (19042.928)
       #13

    bobkn said:
    True.

    The implicit assumption is that we are looking for a non-NVME M.2 SSD that would be of use to carloscbj89. A SATA one is not. This isn't a game.

    If you can find a non-NVME PCI-E M.2 2280 SSD of 1TB or larger, carloscbj89 may be thrilled.

    I haven't checked eBay.
    I'm not here to play "games". I simply pointed out a statement error that the OP may not have been aware of. Something I've done in the past and will continue to do. It's nothing personal.

    Anyway I have no definitive answer to carloscbj89 since there's a question of the m.2 keying layout. As an example, my Lenovo laptop uses a standard m.2 key, where my Asus laptop uses something different.

    Peace:)
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