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No. This is a SATA III device. Nvme drives are also known as pcie drives.
Joao Guilherme Pan
· September 19, 2017
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Windows can't see it as a secondary drive because it has no partition on it. Click on start and in the search box type Disk Management and click on the top result. From there you will be able to right click on the drive and format as NTFS. These drives are better suited as the main drive for an OS vs as secondary stora… see more Windows can't see it as a secondary drive because it has no partition on it. Click on start and in the search box type Disk Management and click on the top result. From there you will be able to right click on the drive and format as NTFS. These drives are better suited as the main drive for an OS vs as secondary storage so cloning to this drive with software such as Macrium Reflect is best. see less Windows can't see it as a secondary drive because it has no partition on it. Click on start and in the search box type Disk Management and click on the top result. From there you will be able to right click on the drive and format as NTFS. These drives are better suited as the main drive for an OS vs as secondary storage so cloning to this drive with software such as Macrium Reflect is best.
JustAnotherPerson
· November 17, 2017
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Both
Dan Bleicher
· August 13, 2017
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Yes, it is 0.3 inches/7mm thick.
Sebastien C.
· March 23, 2019
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This will work on a m.2 storage slot.

You need to slot this into the m.2 slot, and then screw down the other end into the chassis or motherboard. My laptop required a M2.0 x 3 screw for this. Usually you can find the required screw size printed near the slot. These screws are available on Amazon.

SKS
· August 9, 2017
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Can you? Theoretically, yes. However, your question belies the complexity of doing so. For example: Does your motherboard have multiple B-keyed M.2 slots? Does it have an onboard RAID controller that supports M.2 drives in a RAID array? Or, does the Operating System you'll be installing support software RAID? There are… see more Can you? Theoretically, yes. However, your question belies the complexity of doing so. For example: Does your motherboard have multiple B-keyed M.2 slots? Does it have an onboard RAID controller that supports M.2 drives in a RAID array? Or, does the Operating System you'll be installing support software RAID? There are too many unknowns to give you a "yes" or "no" answer. see less Can you? Theoretically, yes. However, your question belies the complexity of doing so. For example: Does your motherboard have multiple B-keyed M.2 slots? Does it have an onboard RAID controller that supports M.2 drives in a RAID array? Or, does the Operating System you'll be installing support software RAID? There are too many unknowns to give you a "yes" or "no" answer.
Dan Fletcher
· November 27, 2018
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It should because it has a M.2 2280 slot.
Tom K
· February 8, 2019
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It seems to be YES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFN7ZNA_VGg
Abzal
· February 9, 2019
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Yes it will work as it has worked in my m.2 supporting laptop
Krish Meghani
· November 25, 2017
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yes it will work
Pipercub
· July 6, 2019