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SilverStone SST-ECM23 M.2 to PCIe AHCI/NVMe Adapter Card

Web ID: 25986

M.2 NVMe SSD to PCIe Gen 3 X16 with heatsink and thermal pad adapter card, support up to 22X80mm M.2 SSD(M key) ONLY WHILE STOCKS LAST!
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year
Manufacturer PN: SST-ECM23
GTIN: 844761016319

silverstone sst-ecm23 m2 to pcie ahcinvme adapter card

? Converts one M.2 port (M key) into one PCIe x4 interface

? Includes aluminum heatsink and thermal pad for enhanced M.2 SSD cooling

? Supports 2230,2242,2260 and 2280 length M.2 SSD

? No driver installation required

SilverStone??s ECM23 is an adapter card designed for users wanting to utilize or add speedy M.2 devices such as SSD onto their existing PC or motherboard. ECM23 supports M.2 device (M key) to run via the super fast PCIe interface for added storage potential. It also includes an aluminum heatsink to enhance cooling and protect installed M.2 device. For users looking to expand their M.2 slots with fastest interface possible, the ECM23 is a must have.

Model No. SST-ECM23
LED indicator PCIe M.2 SSD Read / Write LED: Blue blinking
Interface PCI Express x 4 via full size x 16 pinout
SSD Interface M.2 (NGFF)
Module Key PCIe x 4 NVMe-based M key
Operating system support Microsoft Windows 7 (32bit/64bit), 8/8.1/10 (32bit/64bit) or future release version
Mac OS 10.2.8 or above
Linux
Support Length of M.2 SSD 30mm, 42mm, 60mm, 80mm
Net Weight and dimension Heatsink with PCB:105mm (W) x 11mm (H) x 44mm (D), 52g?
Heatsink with PCB:4.13" (W) x 0.43" (H) x 1.73" (D), 52g
Thermal Pad
Thermal conductivity 1.5W/m.k
Operating temperature -40 ?XC ~ 220 ?XC
Thermal pad thickness 0.5 / 1 / 1.5mm
Net Weight and dimension Charcoal Pad?G70 mm (W) x 0.5 mm (H) x 20mm (D), 1.95g?
Blue Pad ?G70 mm (W) x 1 mm (H) x 20mm (D), 3.6g?
Gray Pad: 70 mm (W) x 1.5 mm (H) x 20mm (D), 5.5g

Charcoal Pad?G2.76" (W) x 0.02" (H) x 0.79" (D), 1.95g?
Blue Pad?G2.76" (W) x 0.04" (H) x 0.79" (D), 3.6g?
Gray Pad?G2.76" (W) x 0.06" (H) x 0.79" (D), 5.5g
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Remark :
* ECM23 support 'M' key only, not good for B-Key SATA base M.2 SSD.
* If you wish to boot off using M.2 SSD, your motherboard needs to support it. Due to BIOS limitations, not all motherboards support booting off M.2 SSD so please consult your motherboard manual or vendor for more details on how to enable this function.
* M.2 PCIe-NVMe mode SSD requires the use of Intel? 9 series (Z97 H97 Z170 X99) or higher version chipset motherboard with Windows 8 or higher version operating system.