This 3-port M.2 SSD adapter card is one of the only cards that supports both PCIe and SATA-based M.2 SSDs (solid-state drives). Its a versatile way to expand the overall storage capacity of your desktop PC or server. Plus, because it supports a high-speed PCIe M.2 drive, you can increase the speed and performance of your computer.
Increase the storage of your desktop PC
If you need a simple and discreet way to expand your computers storage, then this card can help. The card provides a platform for adding up to three M.2 SSDs to virtually any computer that has a PCIe slot. It supports common M.2 SATA SSDs, as well as newer high-performance M.2 PCIe drives. Now, you have a simple and effective way to expand the storage of your computer, regardless of the M.2 drive types you are using.
Optimize your computers performance
When you couple this card with a PCI Express based M.2 drive, you can give your computers performance a noticeable speed boost. With support for PCI Express 3.0 (up to approximately 40Gbps), you can install the latest high-performance M.2 PCIe SSDs inside your computer. With faster performance, you can get more work done in less time.
Peace of mind, with simple and cost-effective data recovery
Due to their performance and size advantages, M.2 drives are commonly used in laptops. If your laptop has failed, but its M.2 drive is still functional, then this card can help with data recovery. Once the M.2 drive is installed and the data recovery is complete, you can continue to use the drive for storage and backup purposes.
Standard Profile (LP bracket incl.)
Serial ATA 3.0 specification – SATA I/II/III (1.5/3/6Gbps)
PCI Express 3.0
M.2 SATA (NGFF)
M.2 PCIe (NVMe)
Integrated on Card
Type and Rate
SATA III (6 Gbps)
1 – PCI Express x4 Male
3 – M.2 (NGFF, B-Key) Receptacle
2 – SATA (7 pin Data) Plug
OS Independent No additional drivers or software required
Note: When installed in a compatible operating system, the card is natively supported and doesnt require any additional drivers or software. However, your operating system must natively support PCIe SSDs (NVMe – Non-Volatile Memory Express).
Special Notes / Requirements