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Old 02-05-2016, 07:43 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Still only SATA.
I said that at the bottom of my post, it would be no different that having a 2.5" ssd drive, except there could possibly be some kinda cool factor...???
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I said that because the OP wanted NVMe PCI-E.
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I said that because the OP wanted NVMe PCI-E.
I know, that why I stated what I did about it being no better than a 2.5 drive. I was only pointing out that they do make M.2 adapters for laptops
Are you going to get all anal about this?
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Looks like its all anal from here Joe, lol


Yeah whatever you are trying to do won't work. Just buy a 2.5" SSD.
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I know, that why I stated what I did about it being no better than a 2.5 drive. I was only pointing out that they do make M.2 adapters for laptops
Are you going to get all anal about this?
I understand that but wasn't relevant to the OP though. So if being anal means keeping to the OP on a thread that was dead for a month then sure, whatever floats your boat.
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