October 4

Why SATA Duplicators Cannot Identify some of M.2 SSDs?

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It’s very likely you are using M.2 SSD with NVMe protocol.

Can not Tell the Difference between NVMe and SATA?
There are actually two different protocols for M.2 SSDs: one is NVMe and the other is SATA. You may not be able to tell the difference from the two M.2 SSD because they can look identical. As these two protocols are incompatible, the SATA duplicator will not support NVMe M.2 SSDs. Users must find out the right protocol first and then can choose the correct duplicator.

NVMe/SATA Protocol + Auto-detect Protocol Support = a Perfect M.2 SSD Duplication Solution
U-Reach M.2 PCIe Series duplicators can auto-detect and perform cross-signal duplication for NVME and SATA M.2 SSDs. The stand-alone design and FPGA-based operation provide high speed, unparalleled stability, and excellent efficiency, making your M.2 SSD copy jobs even easier!

Click here to find the perfect solution.


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