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Differences between m.2 SSDs?

I'm looking for buy an M.2 and i want to insert it directly to the motherboard but some M.2 names are pcie and the other ones don't have this name. Some of them has got a different type of conection. So... Can I use a pcie M.2 in my motherboard with out an adaptor? Why pcie M.2 are more expensive in relation of his storage than non pcie m.2? Wich one is faster?

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  1. Without knowing that "My Motherboard" is, there is no way to know which M.2 drive will work for you. Don't you have that information with the motherboard documentation or the specs listed for it?
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    Without knowing that "My Motherboard" is, there is no way to know which M.2 drive will work for you. Don't you have that information with the motherboard documentation or the specs listed for it?


    MSI Z270 XPower Gaming Titanium, but I mean the conector of the m.2 in the motherboard, because I think all m.2 conectors in all motherboards are the same, right?
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    hang-the-9 said:
    Without knowing that "My Motherboard" is, there is no way to know which M.2 drive will work for you. Don't you have that information with the motherboard documentation or the specs listed for it?


    MSI Z270 XPower Gaming Titanium, but I mean the conector of the m.2 in the motherboard, because I think all m.2 conectors in all motherboards are the same, right?


    You don't need an adapter for your board, you actually have 3 M.2 slots on the motherboard.

    This has a $30 off code right now https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820147594 If you don't need that much capacity a 250 gb version is $150 https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820147593
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