Any one ever use a PCIe riser card to mount an M.2 SATA drive in a desktop?.....
By: Glenn (Mini-Admins; 17389)
Posted on: 11-30-2018 07:37.
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Setting up a newer (refurb) PC for the in laws. I had him buy a refurb Dell T1700 workstation from Newegg (i5-4570, 8 gb and 500 gb hdd). I had a 128 gb M.2 NVME that we pulled from my son's laptop I got him for school (he put in a 520 gb unit). Ordered an adapter card to use the M.2 has the primary drive. Reviews on Newegg said they are plug and play in Windows 10 with no drivers just never used one.
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