[SOLVED] VivoBook 15 - X512FJEJ227T have NVME PCIe Support?

NVMe PCIe Support?


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I'm going to buy the Vivobook 15 and a I want to know if this laptop supports NVMe PCIe. I think that this have a M.2 slot, but I can't find any information on internet about the PCIe support. I'm thinking to install the CORSAIR FORCE MP510 960GB M.2 2280 3D TLC NAND NVME, CSSD-F960GBMP510. Is this gonna work?

Link for Laptop: https://www.fastshop.com.br/web/p/d/UXX512FJEJ227_PRD/notebook-asus-intel-core-i7-8565u-8gb-1tb-156-nvidia-mx230-vivobook-15-cinza-x512fj-ej227t?utm_source=aff_zanox&utm_medium=aff&utm_campaign=zanox_deeplink&utm_content=2347880&zanpid=2605223766510613504&partner=parceiro-zanox

Link for SSD: https://www.pichau.com.br/ssd-corsair-force-series-mp510-960gb-m-2-cssd-f960gbmp510
 

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The PCIe Gen3 x4 drive will work in that computer, it just won't reach it's full speed potential as it will be limited by the computer. But it will still be way faster than any HD or SATA drive. It's as fast as that computer will get.
 
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Yes according to the Asus website that laptop will support PCIe 3, and that drive should be fine as well.
You sure? Asus website just mentioned PCIe Gen3 x2, the Corsair that I listed is PCIe Gen3 x4. Or it will work anyway?

PS: Really pissed that Asus does not offer too much information about upgrades. :(
 

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The PCIe Gen3 x4 drive will work in that computer, it just won't reach it's full speed potential as it will be limited by the computer. But it will still be way faster than any HD or SATA drive. It's as fast as that computer will get.
 

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