M.2 ssd on H110 motherboard

Barty1884

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Natively? ie a board with an M.2 slot?

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/jY98TW/asus-h110m-am2-micro-atx-lga1155-motherboard-h110m-am2
$59 / $49 after rebate & supports both SATA & PCIe M.2

Most recent boards can support M.2 PCIe drives via adapters (if you have an available PCIe x4 or x8 slot) - even older boards with an available slot could use them with an adapter - but it's likely only newer boards (with newer BIOS revisions) can actually boot from an M.2.

There are a few options for M.2 boards in the H110 chipset, all however are mATX or mITX. If you want a full ATX board, you have to step up to either H170 or Z170.
 

Barty1884

Titan
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Natively? ie a board with an M.2 slot?

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/jY98TW/asus-h110m-am2-micro-atx-lga1155-motherboard-h110m-am2
$59 / $49 after rebate & supports both SATA & PCIe M.2

Most recent boards can support M.2 PCIe drives via adapters (if you have an available PCIe x4 or x8 slot) - even older boards with an available slot could use them with an adapter - but it's likely only newer boards (with newer BIOS revisions) can actually boot from an M.2.

There are a few options for M.2 boards in the H110 chipset, all however are mATX or mITX. If you want a full ATX board, you have to step up to either H170 or Z170.
 
H110 chipset motherboards with M.2 are PCIe 2.0 not PCIe 3.0.

With x4 PCIe Gen2 bandwidth, M.2 supports up to 20 Gb/s Data Transfer speeds. Whereas M.2 Socket 3 - PCIe x4 mode PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 have up to 32Gb/s Data Transfer speeds.
 

cut1plum

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I Know, H110 supports up to 20 Gb/s Data transfer speeds. but my company need to H110 chipset & Matx,
can help?
 

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