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Posted 20th Dec 2019

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Nice price Sam...Just need an M.2 slot or pci-e converter card now!
Nvme Ngff its getting confusing!

I believe this will not work with NVME!

amazon.co.uk/Glo…1-7
Edited by: "omendata" 20th Dec 2019
This is not NVME which is a much faster standard. This is M.2 SATA which I believe is SATA 3 on the M.2 port, which is still quite handy as my mobo M.2 slot doesn't support NVME
omendata20/12/2019 02:29

Nice price Sam...Just need an M.2 slot or pci-e converter card now!Nvme …Nice price Sam...Just need an M.2 slot or pci-e converter card now!Nvme Ngff its getting confusing!I believe this will not work with NVME!https://www.amazon.co.uk/Glodenbridge-Adapter-Expansion-Profile-Bracket/dp/B07GC2WCTJ/ref=sr_1_7?keywords=m.2+sata+pci+card&qid=1576808979&s=computers&sr=1-7


You don’t as this is SATA M.2 as per title.

It’s an ok price for an average 240GB branded SATA M.2. The only advantage of a SATA M.2 is usually size and design (eg laptop or less cables in a desktop).
Edited by: "plewis00" 20th Dec 2019
plewis0020/12/2019 07:43

You don’t as this is SATA M.2 as per title.It’s an ok price for an average …You don’t as this is SATA M.2 as per title.It’s an ok price for an average 240GB branded SATA M.2. The only advantage of a SATA M.2 is usually size and design (eg laptop or less cables in a desktop).


Yeah the speed benchmark gave it away!
omendata20/12/2019 13:10

Yeah the speed benchmark gave it away!


I mean if you don't have an SSD and have a spare M.2 slot then this is as good as any. NVMe is wasted on a lot of people.
plewis0020/12/2019 13:14

I mean if you don't have an SSD and have a spare M.2 slot then this is as …I mean if you don't have an SSD and have a spare M.2 slot then this is as good as any. NVMe is wasted on a lot of people.


Dont have an m.2 slot thats why i posted a link to a pci-e converter card!
I believe you can use an NVME card in one of those!
Yeah the speed is frightening - My WFWG 3.11 install will run like ordure off a shovel lol
omendata20/12/2019 13:17

Dont have an m.2 slot thats why i posted a link to a pci-e converter …Dont have an m.2 slot thats why i posted a link to a pci-e converter card!I believe you can use an NVME card in one of those!Yeah the speed is frightening - My WFWG 3.11 install will run like ordure off a shovel lol


Just stick to a regular SATA SSD and save yourself the hassle I think. Cheaper, simpler and direct swap for the hard disk.
plewis0020/12/2019 14:23

Just stick to a regular SATA SSD and save yourself the hassle I think. …Just stick to a regular SATA SSD and save yourself the hassle I think. Cheaper, simpler and direct swap for the hard disk.


Yeah already have but I am an old overclocker i like to tinker and try new gadgets/converters and things others say cannot be done!
No hassle to me i have my swap file running on a laptop converter msata 8gb card interfaced to the sata on the motherboard - works a treat!!!

I still run a load of old pc's OS2 Warp, WFGW 3.11 and more...
Garage full of old gear if anyone is wanting anything isa cards, modems, loads of NTL huge MAN routers and cabling, old desktops, Somerfield and Gateway tills, hand scanners all going free!
Edited by: "omendata" 20th Dec 2019
Does anyone know if the Coda Spirit M.2 slot is Sata or NVME? The Bios mentions NVME but I guess that doesn't guarentee the slot is compatabile.

Are m.2 NVME drives backwards compatabile with Sata? ie if you put an m.2 NVME drive in a m.2 sata slot do they still work but just at Sata speeds or do they just not work at all?

For a boot drive would NVME provide much difference to a sata ssd drive?
RoosterUK23/12/2019 11:31

Does anyone know if the Coda Spirit M.2 slot is Sata or NVME? The Bios …Does anyone know if the Coda Spirit M.2 slot is Sata or NVME? The Bios mentions NVME but I guess that doesn't guarentee the slot is compatabile.Are m.2 NVME drives backwards compatabile with Sata? ie if you put an m.2 NVME drive in a m.2 sata slot do they still work but just at Sata speeds or do they just not work at all?For a boot drive would NVME provide much difference to a sata ssd drive?


I believe the Coda is not NVME compatible. I may just get a standard M.2 to be safe.
CrCrCr02/02/2020 08:18

I believe the Coda is not NVME compatible. I may just get a standard M.2 …I believe the Coda is not NVME compatible. I may just get a standard M.2 to be safe.


Interestingly the Bios mentions NVME but perhaps that doesn't guarantee the hardware is there to support it.
If only I had a NVME drive kicking about I'd try it to see but don't fancy buying one just to experiment.
Definitely need to try an SSD though to see if it makes any difference.
The processor is the real bottleneck so not sure how much improvement can be gained.
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