- Feb 22, 2015
I think most of them are. It makes sense from an engineering standpoint because you only have to do the hard part of developing the drive once and then just throw it on a simple M.2 PCIe card adapter with a heatsink for the AIC version.I wonder how many of those PCIe SSDs just have an M.2 stick on an adapter inside the casing.
Expect injunction lawsuit from microsoftone drive
And, funnily enough, a lot of MS software. Visual Studio needs to be on C:, at least partially, Office 365 doesn't have an option for installing it anywhere else, and if you try to make it work by changing the default installation location in the registry, it flat out doesn't start. That's 15-20GB on my 120GB SSD that I can't get rid off.there's the occasional game that doesn't like not being on C:/
Haha, and here I am giddy with anticipation at the thought of U.2 dying an early death and M.2 taking its rightful place as the next generation of high-performance consumer storageand hopefully 2017 will be the year of U.2 !