Adapter for m.2, and adapter for future motherboard - Volume - HWzone Forums
adplus-dvertising
Skip to content
  • Create an account
  • About Us

    Hello Guest!

     
    Please note - in order to participate in our community, comment and open new discussions, you must join as a registered member.

    Our members enjoy many advantages, including the ability to participate in discussions, enjoy raffles and promotions for members of the site, and receive our weekly content directly by email.

    Do not like being harassed by email? You can register for the site but do not submit your registration to the weekly email updates.

Adapter for m.2, and adapter for future motherboard


Ohad Citron
 Share

Recommended Posts

I have 2 questions 

I intend to buy a new processor of the new generation RYZEN in about six months, by then it should have arrived in Israel and of course New 

So in the meantime I'm going to buy it https://ksp.co.il/?uin=74894 so that from my operating evaluation you will now get what the slow HDD 

Tune this 

https://ksp.co.il/?uin=50334

Then the processor and the new motherboard will arrive and I will move it there.

The question is how will I know if it will fit me for the new motherboard because I realized there are 2 types of m.2 nvme

And also some sizes.

And a second question in the current power supply I only have a 4 pin port can I use one?

https://ksp.co.il/index.php?uin=55244&select=&txt_search=%D7%9E%D7%AA%D7%90%D7%9D%20pin

Or is it just for a graphics card?

Thanks in advance

Link to content
Share on other sites

There are two types of M2:

M2 SATA

M2 NVME

The second type is the fastest of them, both will probably fit into the future board you buy so this is not a problem. 

 

The problem is that the adapter you chose (M2 SATA) does not match the type of drive you chose (M2 NVME) and the fact that the drive is not one of the most successful ones.

Link to content
Share on other sites

Quote of etal

There are two types of M2:

M2 SATA

M2 NVME

The second type is the fastest of them, both will probably fit into the future board you buy so this is not a problem. 

 

The problem is that the adapter you chose (M2 SATA) does not match the type of drive you chose (M2 NVME) and the fact that the drive is not one of the most successful ones.

In what failed way? Because it's less interesting to me reading speeds and such as long as it's faster than a standard HDD by a gap then I do not care.

And it does not fit because it only fits this type? https://ksp.co.il/?uin=48184&select=.1033..152..2255.&txt_search=

Link to content
Share on other sites

This adapter is only for M2 SATA drives and will not work at all with a type drive , There are other adapters that only work with .

 

As for the disc itself of course like all It will be much faster than a standard HDD but is slower than other models that are NVME and personally I recommend going for a larger volume. If you do not so much care about the performance then why at all go for the M2 plus adapters and not for Standard SATA 2.5 size?

Link to content
Share on other sites

Quote of etal

This adapter is only for M2 SATA drives and will not work at all with a type drive NVMe, There are other adapters that only work with NVMe.

 

As for the disc itself of course like all SSD It will be much faster than a standard HDD but is slower than other models that are NVME and personally I recommend going for a larger volume. If you do not so much care about the performance then why at all go for the M2 plus adapters and not for SSD Standard SATA 2.5 size?

I did not really find adapters I would love for you to help me (maybe on Amazon but I also did not really find a normal price)

And in all the videos I saw on YouTube there is really no big difference between For NVME except for transferring files (which is less interesting to me) but opening the computer and loading games is almost the same.

And I have already Normal it will be in addition to M.2 just has a problem that can not be installed on it .

I prefer a regular M2 even though it's like Normal because it is also more convenient that it is inside the motherboard.

But if I find an adapter for NVME at a normal price then I will also buy the first one I named .

Link to content
Share on other sites

Quote of etal

I guess you can bring a link to it because the model you bought is one of the most common for several years and if it had serious issues they would be known.

 

Older computers are usually unable to boot fromNVMe.

https://superuser.com/questions/1186476/cant-install-windows-10-on-samsung-850-evo-250gb-ssd-in-asus-k75vm

My computer has sata 3 so I think this is a problem with the drive , And make a bot what m.2 they can? And which drives are compatible with the adapter I posted?

Link to content
Share on other sites

So all over the internet what you found is a single user with another model of SSD who had a problem and later in the discussion he was able to find her the solution. Excuse me but if there was a real problem with this model (and of course with all Of Samsung as you claim) so you would find discussions of dozens of pages and even relevant articles on sites that specialize in the subject, there have been such things in the past but that is not the case here.

 

My conclusion is that if you buy an M2 SATA and connect it with an adapter then you will encounter exactly the same problem you have today with Samsung. If you could not understand this is a problem of UEFI settings and format of the disk to GPT that is more related to the motherboard than to. This is not a malfunction in And this can be solved by proper orderly installation of the system.

Link to content
Share on other sites

Quote of etal

So all over the internet what you found is a single user with another model of SSD who had a problem and later in the discussion he was able to find her the solution. Excuse me but if there was a real problem with this model (and of course with all SSD Of Samsung as you claim) so you would find discussions of dozens of pages and even relevant articles on sites that specialize in the subject, there have been such things in the past but that is not the case here.

 

My conclusion is that if you buy an M2 SATA and connect it with an adapter then you will encounter exactly the same problem you have today with Samsung. If you could not understand this is a problem of UEFI settings and format of the disk to GPT that is more related to the motherboard than toSSD. This is not a malfunction inSSD And this can be solved by proper orderly installation of the system.

Okay so I'll wait and I'll buy NVME with the new motherboard.

And you know tell me what to do to be successful yes use SSD? I tried the rule except for an update That too I do not know if it will help.

And regarding the question of the SATA adapter to 8 PIN do you know the answer?

Link to content
Share on other sites

Quote by Ohad Citron

Can you tell me what to do to be successful Yes use SSD? I tried the rule except for an update BIOS That too I do not know if it will help.

It would certainly not hurt to update Bios in this situation. Beyond that you will make sure that BIOS has the correct settings and then you will start everything on clean, reformat the disk and only then let the installation of Windows work and build all the partitions itself. You know with all the technical discussion you have opened you have not bothered to say anywhere about which system it is, what board it is at all?

 

Quote by Ohad Citron

And regarding the question of the SATA adapter to 8 PIN do you know the answer?

It's for a graphics card, anyway I do not see how you intend to connect it (male to male ???)

Link to content
Share on other sites

Quote of etal

It would certainly not hurt to update Bios in this situation. Beyond that you will make sure that BIOS has the correct settings and then you will start everything on clean, reformat the disk and only then let the installation of Windows work and build all the partitions itself. You know with all the technical discussion you have opened you have not bothered to say anywhere about which system it is, what board it is at all?

 

It's for a graphics card, anyway I do not see how you intend to connect it (male to male ???)

image.thumb.png.f148ebb300dc1b981b987ffb9621bcbe.png

This is the board if how do I update it?

And I did install on Clean a few times and failed.

And it's a male to female connection - the adapter is the male and the female is the motherboard. The question is whether this will cause problems because it fits into a so-called video card, so what adapter do I need?

Link to content
Share on other sites

Intel has not been producing motherboards for a long time, you need to go to the manufacturer's website to see if there are any updates .

 

Do you know maybe what board you have? I searched a bit for the model written in CPU-Z and it only led me to a Chinese manufacturer that no one has heard of, if this is the case no wonder you have problems. Did anyone sell it to you in the country or did you order it directly from Mali Express?

 

As for the cable you will forget about it, it can not fit anything you need.

 

Link to content
Share on other sites

Join the discussion

You can then join the discussion and then join our community. If you already have an account with us, please Log in now To comment under your username.
Note that: The comment will appear to the surfers after approval by the board management team.

guest
Add a comment

×   The content pasted is with formatting.   Remove formatting

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically assimilated.   Show as regular link

×   Your previous content has been automatically restored.   Clear all

×   You can not paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

 Share

  • Latest news

  • Buzz-Zone: Everything hot on the net

×
  • Create new ...

At the top of the news:

new on the site