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Simplecom EC415 NVMe M.2 SSD to PCIe x4 x8 x16 Expansion Card with Aluminium Heat Sink and RGB Light

Sku: EC415

 Availability: In stock

RRP: $24.95
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Quick Overview


  • Add extra NVMe M.2 SSD to your PC

  • Aluminium heat sink for better heat dissipation

  • Unique RGB LED light for great visual effect

  • Supports physical PCIe x4 x8 x16 slot

  • Supports logical/throughput interface up to PCIe x4

  • Powered by PCIe slot, no additional power required

  • Compatible with Windows 8 and above

Details

EC415 is a PCI Express expansion card designed to add NVMe M.2 SSD onto existing PC motherboard. It comes with aluminium heat sink for better heat dissipation, and unique RGB LED light for great visual effect inside chassis.  Designed for NVMe M.2 SSD only, this expansion card can fully utilize the performance of the NVMe SSD.

Features

  • Add extra NVMe M.2 SSD to your PC
  • Aluminium heat sink for better heat dissipation
  • Unique RGB LED light for great visual effect
  • Supports physical PCIe x4 x8 x16 slot
  • Supports logical/throughput interface up to PCIe x4
  • Powered by PCIe slot, no additional power required
  • Compatible with Windows 8 and above

Specifications

  • Model: EC415
  • Physical Interface: PCI Express x4 / x8 / x16
  • Logical Interface: PCI Express x4
  • Bandwidth: up to 7.8 Gbps (PCIe x4 on PCIe 4.0)
  • Module Key: M key (for NVMe M.2 only)
  • Number of Supported Drive: 1
  • Supported Type M.2 SSD: 2230, 2242, 2260, 2280
  • Dimension: 99 x 45 x 13mm

Package Contents

  • 1x NVMe M.2 to PCIe Expansion Card
  • Heatsink with thermal pad
  • Standoff and screw set

Important Note

  • This model is for use with NVMe SSD only, SATA M.2 SSD is Not supported
  • It supports physical PCIe x4 x8 x16 slot only, PCIe x1 slot is Not supported
  • It supports logical/throughput interface up to PCIe x4
  • NVMe M.2 SSD requires the use of Intel 9 series (Z97 H97 Z170 X99) or higher version chipset based motherboard with Windows 8 or higher operating system
  • If there is a yellow exclamation mark under the Device Manager after installation, you may need to check if additional driver required from SSD manufacturer
  • Older motherboard without built-in NVMe M.2 slot can’t support booting operating system from PCI Express