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[Amazon.ca] $119.99 - WD Blue 3D NAND 1TB PC SSD - SATA III 6 Gb/s M.2 2280 Solid State Drive

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[Amazon.ca] $119.99 - WD Blue 3D NAND 1TB PC SSD - SATA III 6 Gb/s M.2 2280 Solid State Drive

https://www.amazon.ca/Blue-NAND-1TB-SSD ... 011&sr=8-5

I am not sure but its seems not suitable for Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 14 Inch FHD
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THats PCIx not NVME that most new machines require.
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ATOMANTMAN wrote: THats PCIx not NVME that most new machines require.
what? NVME is not required, nor is it practical for most users not moving huge files around.
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Not a bad price, but I was hoping it was the sn500 / sn550 version for nvme.

Either way it is showing as $146 now for me. Deal dead?
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Temporarily out of stock. Order now and we'll deliver when available. We'll e-mail you with an estimated delivery date as soon as we have more information. Your credit card will not be charged until we ship the item.
Choose Amazon as the seller, will ship when they get more.
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ATOMANTMAN wrote: THats PCIx not NVME that most new machines require.
Most M.2 slots are compatible with SATA3 or NVME + SATA. I've never seen a slot that only supports NVME.
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syn3rgetic wrote: Most M.2 slots are compatible with SATA3 or NVME + SATA. I've never seen a slot that only supports NVME.
Pfffft both my Alienware 17R3 and Asus G752Vs wont see a PCIx m.2. Believe me I have tried.
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ATOMANTMAN wrote: Pfffft both my Alienware 17R3 and Asus G752Vs wont see a PCIx m.2. Believe me I have tried.
anything that fits nvme will fit a regular m.2 sata which is the one in the OP
both your laptops have m.2 slots. If you tried and failed, you fail

Edit: I dont even know why you think this is PCI X? I dont think you even know what PCI X is?
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ATOMANTMAN wrote: Pfffft both my Alienware 17R3 and Asus G752Vs wont see a PCIx m.2. Believe me I have tried.
PCIE is NVME.
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For a second I taught this was the black version of this drive.
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ATOMANTMAN wrote: I should have said sata not pci-x
What should you have said below then?
ATOMANTMAN wrote: Pfffft both my Alienware 17R3 and Asus G752Vs wont see a PCIx m.2. Believe me I have tried.
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ATOMANTMAN wrote: M.2 SATA
well, both of your laptops have m.2 slots, just in case you still don't understand.
The m.2 slots on your laptops can be used for m.2 sata ssd (in OP), and m.2 nvme.
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konsensei wrote: well, both of your laptops have m.2 slots, just in case you still don't understand.
The m.2 slots on your laptops can be used for m.2 sata ssd (in OP), and m.2 nvme.
Well I am telling you that both machines wont recognize them.
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konsensei wrote: If your laptops see nvme, they will see m.2 sata.
Not true, owner of 2 Lenovo Ideapad 330:

Product specification for the 330-15ICH Laptop (ideapad) - Type 81FK : M.2 SSD / PCIe NVMe, PCIe 3.0 x 4, 32Gb/s.
M.2 SATA is not supported.
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cctanase wrote: Not true, owner of 2 Lenovo Ideapad 330:

Product specification for the 330-15ICH Laptop (ideapad) - Type 81FK : M.2 SSD / PCIe NVMe, PCIe 3.0 x 4, 32Gb/s.
M.2 SATA is not supported.
have you even tried 1 m.2 sata in it yet?
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konsensei wrote: anything that fits nvme will fit a regular m.2 sata which is the one in the OP
both your laptops have m.2 slots. If you tried and failed, you fail

Edit: I dont even know why you think this is PCI X? I dont think you even know what PCI X is?
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no you are wrong, I tried it.

I googled if your motherboard support NVMe then it wouldn't support SATA III, same as in the other hand.
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jacky190424 wrote: no you are wrong, I tried it.

I googled if your motherboard support NVMe then it wouldn't support SATA III, same as in the other hand.
There are boards which are dual mode SATA / NVME, check the BIOS to see if there is an option to switch it
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vipervenom25 wrote: There are boards which are dual mode SATA / NVME, check the BIOS to see if there is an option to switch it
My mobo has 2 M2 slots. One supports NVME only the other one NVME and SATA. Should check the doc to see.
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