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Topic # 208839 1-Mar-2017 18:45
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Brand new 128gb M.2 SSD taken from a HP Envy and formatted.

 

Brand new external enclosure and USB-Sata cable.

 

$85 free shiiping within NZ.


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  Reply # 1730319 5-Mar-2017 11:45
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Is the SSD NVMe or SATA? Interested for a build I'm working on but needs to be SATA. Would you sell without the enclosure?


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  Reply # 1730324 5-Mar-2017 11:55
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PANiCnz:

 

Is the SSD NVMe or SATA? Interested for a build I'm working on but needs to be SATA. Would you sell without the enclosure?

 

 

It is M.2 so I think the answer is Neither...






 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1730325 5-Mar-2017 12:02
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Brumfondl:

 

PANiCnz:

 

Is the SSD NVMe or SATA? Interested for a build I'm working on but needs to be SATA. Would you sell without the enclosure?

 

 

It is M.2 so I think the answer is Neither...

 

 

M.2 is a form factor specification (physical connections, card size, etc.) which can support more than one logical interface such as legacy SATA, SATAe/AHCI, and/ or SATAe/NVMe. So I think my original question still stands...




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  Reply # 1730328 5-Mar-2017 12:09
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  Reply # 1730329 5-Mar-2017 12:11
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PANiCnz:

 

M.2 is a form factor specification (physical connections, card size, etc.) which can support more than one logical interface such as legacy SATA, SATAe/AHCI, and/ or SATAe/NVMe. So I think my original question still stands...

 

 

My uncertainty is why I phrased my reply the way I did. I now know more than I did 5 minutes ago. Thanks :)






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