on-board M.2 slots (TS-473)

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on-board M.2 slots (TS-473)

Post by gary_nap » Sat Apr 17, 2021 11:04 am


So I did not fully appreciate the difference between M.2 NVMe and M.2 SATA. :lol: It looks like we can't search for "M.2" because it's too common.

Am I correct in thinking that a M.2 SSD that has both B and M keys will work in the on-board M.2 slots of the NAS? To be clear, I am NOT talking about using one of the QNAP expansion cards.


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Re: on-board M.2 slots (TS-473)

Post by dolbyman » Sat Apr 17, 2021 10:14 pm

that nas only support m2 sata ..so make sure you get sata and not nvme here

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