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SilverStone Technology M.2 PCIE Adapter for SATA or PCIE NVMe SSD with Advanced Thermal Solution (ECM22)
125.75 SAR

SilverStone Technology M.2 PCIE Adapter for SATA or PCIE NVMe SSD with Advanced Thermal Solution (ECM22)

by  SilverStone Technology, Computer & Laptop Accessories -  176 ratings

125.75 SAR 

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Main Features:
  • Exposed gold inlays efficiently cool installed M.2 SSD for consistently high performance
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

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    Specifications

    Brand
    SilverStone Technology
    UPC-A
    844761014926
    Item EAN
    2724667512093
    ASIN
    B075ZNWS9Y
    Color
    Color
    ECM22
    Weight & Dimensions
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    Description:

    ■ Exposed gold inlays efficienty cool installed M.2 SSD for consistently high performance ■ Supports M.2 SSD up to 110mm in length ■ Converts one M.2 port (M key) into one PCIe x4 interface ■ Converts a second M.2 port (B key) into SATA interface ■ Supports two M.2 SSD simultaneously ■ Includes

    ■ Exposed gold inlays efficienty cool installed M.2 SSD for consistently high performance ■ Supports M.2 SSD up to 110mm in length ■ Converts one M.2 port (M key) into one PCIe x4 interface ■ Converts a second M.2 port (B key) into SATA interface ■ Supports two M.2 SSD simultaneously ■ Includes optional Low-profile expansion slot ■ No driver installation required

 

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  • When I built my system I used the processor GPU and the 960 EVO received good airflow and stayed cool
    By M on 14 April 2018

    I have a Samsung 960 EVO mounted on my ASRock Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming K4/D3 motherboard. When I built my system I used the processor GPU and the 960 EVO received good airflow and stayed cool. Adding a graphics card covers the M.2 SSD slot with just a bit of space over it resulting in poor airflow and an overheating SSD. I placed the wider strip of thermal material on the motherboard and fitted the SSD back on the slot. It did not make contact with the thermal material. I added the thinner strip on top and still no contact. I added the two pieces of material I cut off to make the thermal material the correct length. Still no contact so I folded the entire stack over in half and it was just right. Before adding the Thermal Pads I would go about 2/3 of the way through ATTO Bench and then thermal and slow down with the HDD 2 monitor showing 100C. After adding the pad the benchmark completed and the temperature was 96C, still hot yet not throttling and my system stopped stuttering during day to day use.

    8 people found this review helpful

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  • Works with Samsung 950 pro
    By Dylan B. on 26 March 2016

    It just works... And that is all anyone really asks for in a product like this. If anyone is wondering, yes this adapter did work with my Samsung 950 pro PCIe SSD (and I'm almost positive it would work with the SM951). I recently purchased a Gigabyte X99 SLI motherboard and needed one of these to use the full bandwidth of the drive as the M.2 port on the motherboard is PCIe gen2x2. Therefore bandwidth is limited to 10gb/s on the motherboards M.2 slot rather than a possible 32gb/s that the Samsung 950 pro has. I attached the drive to the adapter, plugged it in and it booted into windows right out of the box. After doing some tests, I was hitting ~800MB/s read and write over the motherboards M.2 port. However with this adapter, I was getting ~2GB/s read and ~900MB/s write with the 256GB model of the 950 pro, much more speed than before.

    20 people found this review helpful

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  • Motherboard killer
    By Jason Coburn on 25 April 2018

    Installed this Friday night with a Samsung Evo 960 Pro. Early Saturday afternoon, my motherboard died. Swapped out the motherboard for a spare Sunday morning, Tuesday evening that motherboard died as well. This will kill your computer, do not use it

    12 people found this review helpful

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  • It just works, but for one NVMe card only
    By S. Lionel on 20 June 2018

    This worked fine to put a Samsung 970 Pro SSD in my desktop PC. The card goes into a PCIeX4 (or higher) slot and Windows 10 picked it up without my having to do anything. The "Dual" aspect needs some care in addressing if you don't read carefully. While one M.2 slot supports NVMe drives such as the Samsung 970, the other slot will accept only SATA-interface drives and then it will work only if you connect a SATA cable from your motherboard to the connector on the card. So if you were hoping for a solution that would take two NVMe cards, this isn't it.

    I have no complaints about the adapter at all - it just works. I'll comment that the M.2 slots have enough room for SSDs that have components on the back of the card, though the Samsungs don't.

    13 people found this review helpful

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  • Dropped Temps about 20°C with AIC
    By JimW on 05 October 2018

    I have two NVMe drives, a WD Black 500GB and a Samsung 970 EVO 2TB. I wanted to keep my SATA ports to I ordered two QNINE M.2 NVME to PCIe Adapters and two of these SilverStone TP02-M2 heatsinks.

    Using the QNINE Adapters without the TP02-M2 heatsinks each drive would hit temps around 64°C when running ATTO Disk Benchmark and this is with good airflow in the case. Added the TP02-M2 heatsinks and it dropped the temps 19-20°C, drives never get over 45°C... wow!

    Make sure you use the thick pad between the back of the drive and the AIC positioned in between the silicone bands. It all goes together very nicely.

    I do have one big concern, will the sticky pads eventually damage the drives stickers and void their 5 year warranties? The pads are not super sticky but with the heat and time I guess we'll find out.

    Another concern is will the pads deteriorate or loose their heat conduction properties? Time will tell.

    For now I'm giving these 5 stars, If I ever have to warranty a drive or replace the pads I'll update this review with the results.

    4 people found this review helpful

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