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  1. Running a fast M.2 SSD via SATA would be painful I assume. So you are right, I need to clarify: Currently I'm running a FusionDrive with a 128GB PCIe NVMe SSD and a regular 2TB 3.5" HardDrive. My plan is to replace the 128GB PCIe with a Samsung 970 PRO 1 TB and maybe the 3.5" with a Samsung 860 Pro 2.5 SATA Adapters I considered where similar to this one: https://www.amazon.ca/Rivo-Adapter-Upgrade-2013-2016-2013-2015/dp/B07N4HS69S/ref=sr_1_2_sspa?crid=1F1VYCKCKQU2A&keywords=ngff+m.2+nvme&qid=1552312243&s=electronics&sprefix=NGFF+%2Celectronics%2C235&sr=1-2-spons&psc=1
  2. Hello everybody. As my warranty is about to expire, and the Samsung M.2 pricing just dropped, I'm considering an upgrade of my fusion drive. Well, I was until I learned that Apples SSDs are PCIe and the Samsung M.2 wouldn't fit. A quick googling revealed a potential adapter from NGFF <-> M.2 NVME may be a solution. In this forum there are a number of old posts regarding desktop adapters, hence I start this new one. Is there a potential tradeoffs and which of the plenty NGFF Adapters should I get? Does anyone have any experience with this? Cheers. hgedorn
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