that ssd is pci-e x4.
You have two tables, one for each m.2 connector.
Both m.2 connectors support all 3 kinds of m.2 ssd drives: SATA, nvme pci-e x2 and nvme pci-e x4 (in the middle)
The tables tell you that depending on the type of the SSD, some SATA connectors become disabled.
You have to look in the center of the tables:
So that says : if you install the pci-e x4 SSD into this M2D_32G M.2 slot, ports SATA3_0 and SATA3_1 and SATA3_2 and SATA3_3 become unusable (the x's tell you that). So you'd be left with just sATA3_4 and SATA3_5 usable.
If you install the SSD in the other M2 connector, M2H_32G , no sata ports become disabled, you can see all checkmarks :
The second row refers to SATA Express which you don't care about.