I was unsure how to word this, and I tried searching through the forums for some information, but I am going to buy an m.2 ssd nvme that uses the pci-e interface and rearrange my previous m.2 ssd SATA somehow on my motherboard. I've seen specific pci-e cards that enable you to add an m.2 ssd with pci-e interface to your motherboard, but I'm trying to find a solution to move my SATA ssd that has the m.2 form factor so that the actual m.2 slot on my motherboard will be free for my new ssd that is nvme pci-e 3 x4. My motherboard is msi b450 gaming plus, my older SATA ssd is WD Blue 3d m.2 2280, my new nvme pci-e 3 x4 m.2 2280 ssd is the HP ex920. I really think that I'm in information overload right now because this tech is still somewhat new to me, and I've been able to find solutions for everything BUT what I'm wanting specifically. I sure hope this is an easy fix, because the older of the two ssd is still pretty new, but I really want the better performance of the newer ssd. I'd appreciate any help at this point. Thanks in advance.