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Silverstone ECM20 Ngff M.2 SSD M-KEY to PCI-E 4X Interface & B-KEY to SATA 6G Interface Adapter
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? Converts one M.2 port (M key) into one PCI-E x4 interface

? Converts a second M.2 port (B key) into SATA interface

? Supports two M.2 SSD simultaneously

? Includes optional low-profile expansion slot

? No driver installation required

SilverStone’s ECM20 is an adapter designed for users wanting to utilize or add speedy M.2 devices such as SSD onto their existing PC or motherboard. In addition to supporting one M.2 device (M key) to run via the super fast PCI-E interface at up to 32Gbps, a second M.2 slot (B key) is available for connecting to a SATA III port for added storage potential. For users looking to have the fastest data access speed on a desktop computer, the ECM20 is a must have.

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I bought a 1Tb intel m.2 sata that "should" have worked (it has both 'm' and 'b' keys) with my Asus z-97-a Mb right out of the box, BUT because of the lack of 'b' key and 'm' key documentation for BOTH the memory module AND the motherboard, and the over all convoluted esoterics involved, I decided to buy this device to bridge the whole issue. Personally I think this is a BIOS update matter as this module is not currently listed in the "approved" vendor list.

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