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indothai
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Does my X1 Yoga support PCIe NVMe?

I just purchased the X1 Yoga with the I7 6600U, 8GB RAM, Model 20FRA002TH.

How can I find out if it supports PCIe NVMe?

 

Below is the picture of the current SSD that is in it now.

 

X1 Yoga SSD.jpg

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Re: Does my X1 Yoga support PCIe NVMe?

Any X1 Yoga should support M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe SSDs.

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Re: Does my X1 Yoga support PCIe NVMe?

indothai,

have a look at the x1 yoga platform specificatin below
http://psref.lenovo.com/syspool/Sys/PDF/Think%20Tablets%20_%20Convertibles/ThinkPad%20X1%20Yoga%20(1...

In addition, the drive with FRU p/n 00JT009 on the image you've linked, is in the parts list of the laptop.



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Re: Does my X1 Yoga support PCIe NVMe?

Thanks for the responses. This M.2 interface is confusing. I guess it's downward compatible.

Based on the spec sheet, some X1 Yoga's maybe installed with SATA 6.0 drives while others with NVMe. And I can install either or.

What threw me off was the notches on the drives. The SATA drives have 2 notches while the NVMe have 1.
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Re: Does my X1 Yoga support PCIe NVMe?


@indothai wrote:
Thanks for the responses. This M.2 interface is confusing. I guess it's downward compatible.

Based on the spec sheet, some X1 Yoga's maybe installed with SATA 6.0 drives while others with NVMe. And I can install either or.

What threw me off was the notches on the drives. The SATA drives have 2 notches while the NVMe have 1.

You are correct about all of the above.  I will mark your post as the solution.

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