Can a mSATA ssd from a laptop be used in a desktop pc?

RagingRabbits

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I have an extra ssd from a laptop that has been upgraded its a Kingston SMSM150S3/24G . Its only 24 gb only so I plan to use it on my desktop pc .But my desktop pc does not have a mSATA port . Is this even possible if it is what adapter should I use.

The SSD :https://www.olx.ph/item/kingston-smsm150s3-24g-24gb-half-mini-msata-sata-3-6gbps-ssd-ID4VMVp.html

My motherboard: Asus B75ma https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/B75MA/
 

USAFRet

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What are you planning on using it for? 24GB is pretty small to be worth the hassle.
And WAY too small if you are considering it for the OS drive.
 

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Nono I plan to use it for cache only since its just there not doing anything . But will it work? And if it works what kind of software can I use to set up the ssd cache.
 

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