M.2 NVMe


M.2 is an expansion card specification that is used in particular for SSDs. NVMe, on the other hand, describes the transmission protocol, which is intended to replace SATA in particular. Corresponding M.2 NVMe SSDs are increasingly used in current notebooks, as they offer higher speeds than previous models.

M.2 NVMe Slots connect the SSD directly via PCI-Express, which should accelerate parallel access. Before you decide for such an SSD, however, you should definitely check whether... more...
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M.2 is an expansion card specification that is used in particular for SSDs. NVMe, on the other hand, describes the transmission protocol, which is intended to replace SATA in particular. Corresponding M.2 NVMe SSDs are increasingly used in current notebooks, as they offer higher speeds than previous models.

M.2 NVMe Slots connect the SSD directly via PCI-Express, which should accelerate parallel access. Before you decide for such an SSD, however, you should definitely check whether your notebook supports it. Some devices have M.2 slots, but they can only address SATA SSDs.

We offer various M.2 NVMe SSDs, which are suitable for a variety of extensions. The use is not only possible in the notebook. In the beginning, the technology was developed for servers and desktop PCs are increasingly equipped with slots. So just use such an SSD there to benefit from a high performance.

In addition to the NVMe transfer protocol, other compatibility issues are important. Most M.2 SSDs are made in 2280 format, which specifies the width and length of the card. In addition, depending on the system, M.2 NVMe SSDs are connected to a different number of PCI-Express lanes, which can vary the final data rate.