Discussion in 'Application Software' started by logicwatch, Feb 15, 2017.
but bear in mind this is a PCIE SSD not a standard 2.5 SSD !
I realize that but I thought that the difference lay only in the manner in which the drive is connected to the bus
and in the speed of data transfer. I did not think it affected the structure of the drive itself or the manner
in which it was set up, ie could be partitioned just like a regular hdd.
What brand and model pcie card did you get to put in there?
Samsung PM961 1TB M.2 PCIe
From the specs that I can tell from the laptop model number you posted, this laptop does not support NVMe M.2 drives, you'll need an M.2 Sata III drive with slots B&M on it.
And that Samsung PM961 is an NVMe drive
ok so its not the size it does not see its the type of PCIE SSD drive ?
I didnt realise there were different versions ?
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ok many thanks Joe
What a minefield these PCIE cards are with so many different types / formats / standards / fits.
No wonder I ended up with one that does not work !!!
many thanks to all who contributed to this thread perhaps it will help others with this subject ?