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What type of m.2 ssd I can use with this slot

2 minutes ago, Chrollo said:

I thought the pins would be different.

It is Casper Nirvana f650 but I doubt you can find any information in English about that.

There are SATA and NVME/PCIE M.2 SSD's.

Generally SATA SSD's have B+M key and NVME/PCIE is M key. But these are not exclusive, as there are NVME/PCIE SSD's usin B+M key too.

Image result for m.2 keys

So that is why you can't tell from the slot; as the connector can be connected to PCIE or SATA interface or both.

 

But anyways, looks like M.2 SATA is supported:

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^from the product page: https://www.casper.com.tr/casper-nirvana-f650

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Posted · Original PosterOP

 I have an m.2 slot in my laptop but I'm not sure what types of m.2 it supports.

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Just now, Chrollo said:

I'm not sure what types of m.2 it supports.

Me neither.

What laptop is this? You can't tell what it supports by the physical looks of the slot.


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Just now, minibois said:

Me neither.

What laptop is this? You can't tell what it supports by the physical looks of the slot.

I thought the pins would be different.

It is Casper Nirvana f650 but I doubt you can find any information in English about that.

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2 minutes ago, Chrollo said:

I thought the pins would be different.

It is Casper Nirvana f650 but I doubt you can find any information in English about that.

There are SATA and NVME/PCIE M.2 SSD's.

Generally SATA SSD's have B+M key and NVME/PCIE is M key. But these are not exclusive, as there are NVME/PCIE SSD's usin B+M key too.

Image result for m.2 keys

So that is why you can't tell from the slot; as the connector can be connected to PCIE or SATA interface or both.

 

But anyways, looks like M.2 SATA is supported:

image.png.ed54db8631d68e8b16b84ae112bf5cd5.png

^from the product page: https://www.casper.com.tr/casper-nirvana-f650


"those times will never come back :("

"The greatest part of the brain is memory, the worst thing that comes from memory is nostalgia. We remember but we can never go back!"

 

"There's no such thing as perfect. You're beautiful as you are Courage. With all your imperfections you can do anything." - Bathtub Barracuda

"Wish i could find a way to stop the pain.         -         Besides the one that i keep thinking of."

My gear:                    

Spoiler

PC:

The brains: AMD Ryzen 7 1700 ||

The torso: MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon ||

Short term memory: 2x8GB G.Skill TridentZ RGB 3200Mhz ||

Pixel pusher: EVGA RTX 2070 Super XC Gaming || 

Where I store memes: Samsung 960 EVO 250GB + Seagate Barracuda 2TB + Samsung 860 EVO 1TB || 

Un-heater: Be Quiet! Dark Rock 3 ||

Carboard box: Thermaltake Core G21 TG ||

Power squid: Corsair RM750x ||

 

Peripherals:

Sound helmet: Beyerdynamic DT-990 250 Ohm ||

Clickity-clack (sadly not clicky :() : Coolermaster Masterkeys Pro S RGB ||

Return the (drawing) slab! : Wacom Intuos Pen Small (2015) ||

Rodent: Asus ROG Gladius ||

Cloth for rodent: CM Storm Swift-RX XXL ||

 

Old PC:

CPU: AMD Athlon X2 255 || Motherboard: ASUS M4A89GTD PRO || RAM: 4x2GB DDR3 || GPU: Nvidia Quadro 512MB || Case: Antec Sonata III || PSU: Antec Earthwatts 500W Bronze

Setup: Current setup

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5 minutes ago, Chrollo said:

I thought the pins would be different.

It is Casper Nirvana f650 but I doubt you can find any information in English about that.

Why don't you find the info about the laptop and post it for us, in it's native language and then translated?

 

This is an excellent learning example while we help you out.

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25 minutes ago, minibois said:

There are SATA and NVME/PCIE M.2 SSD's.

Generally SATA SSD's have B+M key and NVME/PCIE is M key. But these are not exclusive, as there are NVME/PCIE SSD's usin B+M key too.

Image result for m.2 keys

So that is why you can't tell from the slot; as the connector can be connected to PCIE or SATA interface or both.

 

But anyways, looks like M.2 SATA is supported:

image.png.ed54db8631d68e8b16b84ae112bf5cd5.png

^from the product page: https://www.casper.com.tr/casper-nirvana-f650

Got it, thank you

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