Question Adapter M.2 NVME SSD support for my mother board?

uran6800

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Hello guys
I was interesting in putting an adapter for my motherboard to support NVME M2 speed, but i just cant figure out if its possible or not to get these speed with a such adaper. Here is my motherboard model and adapter that i want to use.
Thnks i advance

(Motherboard) https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-H110M-DS2-rev-10#ov
(Maybe one of example of Adapter bc there are a planti of them around) https://www.aliexpress.com/item/BTBcoin-NVME-SSD-M2-PCIE-Adapter-PCIE-to-M2-Adapter-M-2-NVME-SSD-to-PCI/32919761236.html?spm=a2g01.12597576.p99adbb.95.73816501ewwG8x&gps-id=6273008&scm=1007.16233.119941.0&scm_id=1007.16233.119941.0&scm-url=1007.16233.119941.0&pvid=5e22fcf2-32c9-4ebb-bb04-e0c84de822fb
 
Your motherboard has one PCIe x16 slot and two PCIe x1 slots. I assume you have a graphics card in the x16 slot, leaving you with the x1 slots.

An NVMe SSD typically requires a x4 lane for theoretical maximum speeds, which your motherboard is lacking. Even if there is an adapter for a x1 slot it wouldn't reach the theoretical maximum speeds of an NVMe SSD.

The only scenario you can get an NVMe SSD to run at its fullest potential is if you don't use a discrete graphics card.
 

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