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Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2020
Thinking you have a purpose for M.2 storage? Thinking it would be great if you could find some cheap version of it to do some rudimentary tests? Thinking that "ADATA" is a quality component that is trusted in storage? Clearly you aren't thinking and need to leave that to someone else. M.2./NVMe drives at the time of writing are almost stable, but you really have to know if your mainboard firmware supports the firmware of the drive itself. This drive did not function in an ASUS mainboard that I used it, and I ensure that there were no shared SATA ports in use with the device. It isn't detected in the board firmware, it isn't detected in the operating system, and I may as well have installed cheese in the mainboard over this because melted cheese is a great start to some good experiences, and those experiences would have to be better than the current experience I'm having trying to have my mainboard recognize this drive. This was an impulse buy (mistake) and its best to use your mainboard's manual to determine what drives they approve with use for their mainboard.
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