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#272386 23-Jun-2020 09:28
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Hi guys,

 

I'm after a mSATA SSD for my Intel NUC minimum 120 gig as I believe mine died.

 

I'm in Auckland.

 

 

 

Thanks

 

 


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  #2511406 24-Jun-2020 12:33
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How much did you want to pay?
I have a couple of 256Gb ones spare.




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  #2511441 24-Jun-2020 13:50
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Not sure depends how old they are and condition but was hoping around the 70$? What were you thinking?


 
 
 
 


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  #2511448 24-Jun-2020 14:24
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I have a few 240GB. Can do for $60 shipped.


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  #2511545 24-Jun-2020 16:14
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Are you sure it mSATA?
or is it M.2 SATA?

(They are different)

Do you know your NUC SKU? I can check.

Zal

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  #2511549 24-Jun-2020 16:22
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Ohh I failed. M.2

 

 

 

 

 

concordnz: Are you sure it mSATA?
or is it M.2 SATA?

(They are different)

Do you know your NUC SKU? I can check.


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  #2511559 24-Jun-2020 16:35
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You might not have failed @zal
Most of them are M.2 SATA.
only a few early variants might have had mSATA.



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  #2511675 24-Jun-2020 19:19
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Yeah M.2 and mSATA is quite confusing

 

I almost bought an M.2 instead of mSATA

 

 

Far left is mSATA and middle are M.2 (60 and 80 mm long)


 
 
 
 




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  #2511888 25-Jun-2020 07:15
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Just realised I can get a new Kingston 240gigs for 100$ from PBtech!


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  #2511983 25-Jun-2020 09:09
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Even worse is M.2 NMVE looks almost identical to mSATA apart from being fractionally smaller.

(Same single notch, same 'style' connector)




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  #2511985 25-Jun-2020 09:10
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pistol:

 

How much did you want to pay?
I have a couple of 256Gb ones spare.

 

 

 

 

How about 40$?


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