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Western Digital Green 120GB Internal SSD M.2 2280 SATA £19.99 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
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Western Digital Green 120GB Internal SSD M.2 2280 SATA £19.99 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)

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Posted 29th JanEdited by:"Tacavas"

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Good price for a decent drive.
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Specification:
- Interface: WD Green 3D NAND M.2 SSD
- Sequential Read up to (MB/s): 545
- MTTF: Up to 1M hours
- Dimensions: 7.00mm x 69.85mm x 100.2mm
- Weight: 32.1g
- Warranty: 3 years
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Cheaper on ocuk today if you have to pay for postage on amazon
Just good for being a os drive?
I've never managed to work out which one of these fits my lenovo B5400. Even my desktop (Asus prime H310M-R 2.0) board has some kind of slot, but I've not a clue.

Some things just don't make sense.
any body know if this will fit an EZbook 3 Pro
kencol29/01/2020 18:05

I've never managed to work out which one of these fits my lenovo B5400. …I've never managed to work out which one of these fits my lenovo B5400. Even my desktop (Asus prime H310M-R 2.0) board has some kind of slot, but I've not a clue.Some things just don't make sense.


I think the one pictured works with both the b & m sockets. It fits in the sata socket and the m.2 just one way around or the other. The drive will preform to which ever speed your socket is. E.g b socket with 5 pins sata will use 2 lanes of communication, and the m socket will be at m.2 speed with 4 lanes.

That's what I think it is from what I have read but I still have not committed to buying the second ssd for my laptop yet.
Geoff_Ford29/01/2020 19:42

any body know if this will fit an EZbook 3 Pro


Geoff, yes it will with a little bit of tinkering. The ex book 3 wants a shorter drive. Same spec, just shorter, meaning where you screw the end down is in the wrong place in the ex book. If you search on youtube, theres vids on how to knock out the bit that gets in your way to allow you to fit a full size 80mm drive like this. If you are in warranty, then it's not worth the risk, if you're just upgrading it to get a bit more longevity from it, then go with one of these, squeeze it in as per the tutorials on youtube and you wont go far wrong for the money. This drive is half the price and twice the performance of them budget half length drives that the ex book pro 3 wants...
kencol29/01/2020 18:05

I've never managed to work out which one of these fits my lenovo B5400. …I've never managed to work out which one of these fits my lenovo B5400. Even my desktop (Asus prime H310M-R 2.0) board has some kind of slot, but I've not a clue.Some things just don't make sense.



Just type your laptop model number + SSD upgrade into Google and go from there
edit: just spent a few minutes looking and couldn't come up with a definitive answer.
Looks like M.2 2242 (but don't take that as gospel)


Lenovo offer a PDF for their laptops called the Hardware Maintenance Manual (HMM)
This has lots of useful info inside...
Here is the HMM for the Lenovo B5400 (PDF link)


This thread on the Lenovo forum might hold the answer(?)
forums.lenovo.com/t5/…060
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"As Z posted, that is an m.2 slot, not compatible with mPCIe mSATA.

Have a look at the B5400 hardware manual:
download.lenovo.com/pcc…pdf

Specifically, on page 76, you'll see three SSDs listed, all designated as NGFF (aka: m.2).

Disregard the 24gb capacities for a moment, but searching for the 1st: LSS-24L6G, you'll see a number of references describing it as a LiteOn m.2 2242 form factor SSD. Searching for the 2nd: SDSA6MM-024, you'll see it described as a Sandisk U110 m.2 2242 form factor SSD. I found nothing searching for the 3rd.

Bottom line: mPCIe mSATA SSDs will not work in that slot."
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Geoff_Ford29/01/2020 19:42

any body know if this will fit an EZbook 3 Pro


Hi Geoff,

This should fit, but for £4~6 more you can find better alternates which do not require you to cut the bracket and tape the SSD.

While 2280 drives will fit in a EZbook 3 Pro remember you need to tape over metal contacts and the whole drive rests in an angle, not good while transporting as its prone to losing contact or if dropped might snap the disk in half.

Unluckily Jumper have designed this as such, they could have left a 2280 slot but chose the 2242 instead.

I would buy this : amazon.co.uk/gp/…3N/ Instead and just be done with the hassle.

As a Jumper owner i have had value from my EZBook3 PRo for the last 2 years and for the £160 i paid for it it was amazing value, but the 64 GB EMMC is slowing down now and i can feel it.
Are these m2 faster than normal sata ssd? It looks like both can do 500mb/s?
Can I mount this on a PCIE board as an OS drive on my old server? 39849959-eCZnt.jpg
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