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4 minutes ago, Nishchay Jha said:

Is seagate firecuda 530 1tb nvme ssd compatible with lenevo legion 5 15ACH6??

Can the laptop take an aditional M.2?

Looks like it can hold two. image.png.aa58a24603a863a0661ad8cf9a6089e3.png

Source: https://psref.lenovo.com/syspool/Sys/PDF/Legion/Lenovo_Legion_5_15ACH6/Lenovo_Legion_5_15ACH6_Spec.pdf

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it doesn't seem to have a weird heatsink or anything, so it should be, yes.

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14 minutes ago, Nishchay Jha said:

Is seagate firecuda 530 1tb nvme ssd compatible with lenevo legion 5 15ACH6??

This drive is gen 4, while your laptop seems to be only compatible with gen 3.

As such you may want to buy a gen 3 drive, as gen 4 would not be used to it's full potential.

 

Otherwise you should be fine with most "normal" (2280) M.2 drives that do not have a massive heat sink.

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21 hours ago, krakek said:

This drive is gen 4, while your laptop seems to be only compatible with gen 3.

As such you may want to buy a gen 3 drive, as gen 4 would not be used to it's full potential.

 

Otherwise you should be fine with most "normal" (2280) M.2 drives that do not have a massive heat sink.

They are giving 3 yrs of data recovery services, I do music and I have had bad experiences with losing data, had lost ton of projects for real. Hence buying it. Also I'll use it in a gen 4 workstation if I'm able to buy later as a backup drive or something. Do you know till when these nvme ssds won't die??....they give 4-5yrs of warranty but my guess is like at least 8-9 or maybe 10yrs 🤷‍♂️

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