paulfoel

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Ideally would like to clone the 128Gb I've got onto the new 512Gb one - to avoid having to reinstall windows.

BUT there is only one M2 slot on the mobo. Am I right I'd need to but a M2/SATA caddy so that I can plug the new SSD (temporrarily) into SATA?
 
You can purchase a M.2 external enclosure, or you are purchase the above PCIe M.2 adapter. Either one can be used to clone the M2. SSD. However, the PCIe M.2 adapter allows you easily use the old 128GB M.2 SSD inside your PC.

If you want to clone the M.2 SSD that is in a laptop, then you will have to buy a M.2 external enclosure.
 

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Ah right. So sata device is not as fast yeh?

What would you recommend as a replacement (i.e. 500Gb) for the 600p?

 

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