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MyDigitalDiscount via Newegg has 512GB Micron 1100 M.2 2280 3D TLC NAND SATA III Solid State Drive (MTFDDAV512TBN-1AR15FCYY) on sale for $44.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive
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Micron 1100 512GB TLC 3D NAND SATA-III (6GB/s) M.2 Cliend SSD w/ Conformal Coating for sale for $44.99. Free Shipping.
  • M.2 2280
  • 512GB
  • SATA 6Gb/s
  • 256-bit AES
  • Self Encrypting Drive (SED)
  • TCG Opal Encryption 2.0
  • Micron 3D TLC NAND Flash
  • SATA 6 Gb/s interface
  • Device sleep (DEVSLP), extreme low-power mode
  • Native command queuing support with 32-command slot support
  • Self-monitoring, analysis, and reporting technology (SMART) command set
  • Conformal coating and adaptive thermal monitoring
  • Power loss protection for data-at-rest
  • MTTF: 1.5 million hours
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M.2 can carry either a SATA or PCIe/NVMe interface. M.2 simply refers to the design of the connector itself.
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As stated earlier m.2 does not mean you inherently can run a NVMe drive. There are a number of devices that have the m.2 connector keyed for SATA only.
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I don't understand... is it SATA or M.2?
M.2 can carry either a SATA or PCIe/NVMe interface. M.2 simply refers to the design of the connector itself.
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Any cases/enclosures to use this as sata on a desktop or laptop?
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any firmware support?
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For $25-30 more you can get a nvme read/writes that are 5/6x faster. Worth considering if your mobo only has 1 m.2 slot.
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For $25-30 more you can get a nvme read/writes that are 5/6x faster. Worth considering if your mobo only has 1 m.2 slot.
As stated earlier m.2 does not mean you inherently can run a NVMe drive. There are a number of devices that have the m.2 connector keyed for SATA only.
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For $25-30 more you can get a nvme read/writes that are 5/6x faster. Worth considering if your mobo only has 1 m.2 slot.
Unless your system doesn't support nvme.
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Wow cheapest m.2 512GB SATA SSD I've seen so far. Gonna install to my Acer Nitro 5 AN515-42 which doesn't take NVME
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As stated earlier m.2 does not mean you inherently can run a NVMe drive. There are a number of devices that have the m.2 connector keyed for SATA only.
Thanks. Yes, that is if your mobo supports nvme.
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Unless your system doesn't support nvme.
Thanks. Yes , if the system will support nvme.
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Any cases/enclosures to use this as sata on a desktop or laptop?
I'm interested in this too. Does this work? Are there better options?

Sabrent M.2 SSD [NGFF] to USB 3.0 Aluminum Enclosure (EC-M2MC) [amazon.com]
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