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what is this motherboard slot used for ?

Go to solution Solved by TidalZelda,

Thats M.2 M key'ed, which can be "PCIe ×4, SATA and SMBus" according to Wikipedia,

Ii cannot guarantee if it has sata or PCIe, but considering the wifi card on the other side, i would put money on it being PCIe.

 

Wikipedia link on M.2

 

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for what can i use this motherboard slot ? ssd m2?

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thank you NZgamer  for your reply i added another photo maybe that helps

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4 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

To my eye that looks too wide to be M.2, that looks like MXM, commonly used for laptop GPUs.

No, it's an mSATA-port.

 

EDIT: Actually, the screw-hole is in the wrong place. Not sure if it's mSATA, either.

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Thats M.2 M key'ed, which can be "PCIe ×4, SATA and SMBus" according to Wikipedia,

Ii cannot guarantee if it has sata or PCIe, but considering the wifi card on the other side, i would put money on it being PCIe.

 

Wikipedia link on M.2

 

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