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Expansion cards are back in force, meet the SilverStone ECM20

Slow storage an issue? SilverStone just released its dual M.2 to PCI-E X4 and SATA 6G adapter expansion card
By: Chris Smith | Storage News | Posted: Aug 26, 2015 12:25 pm
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Do you remember when expansion cards were used for what is now a basic motherboard feature? I do and the nostalgia is strong with all of the current expansion cards now hitting the market.

 

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Meet the SilverStone ECM20, a "Dual M.2 to PCI-E x4 and SATA 6G adapter card," announced recently in a press release. Supporting up to two M.2 SSD's simultaneously, this device converts one M.2 port into a PCI-E x4 interface and a second M.2 port into a SATA interface.

 

Currently on the market for $17.87 (15.5 Euro), this card includes in optional low-profile expansion slot and required no drivers to function.

 

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