Sabrent Launches M.2 NVMe SSD To PCIe x16 Adapter For Gen 5 SSDs

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Sabrent's Handy Adapter Gets An Upgrade!

[Press Release] Sabrent is upgrading its NVMe M.2 SSD to PCIe Card adapter, introducing support for Gen 5 SSDs.

Combining an aluminum heatsink and an accessible design, this adapter meets the demand for high-speed storage while keeping it cool. To ensure physical stability, Sabrent also confirms compatibility with an x16 PCIe connector.

Sabrent M.2 NVMe to PCIe x16 Tool-Free AIC Adapter Gen 5

Still, users might be able to get the adapter working with x4 and x8 slots in certain cases. A key feature of the NVMe M.2 SSD to PCIe Card is that it supports tool-free SSD installation.

M.2 SSDs of the 2230/2242/2260/2280 form factors are supported, and B+M key PCIe SSDs can also be paired with the adapter. Expanding this wide support, Sabrent includes support for Windows, Linux, and macOS.

For users looking to benefit from PCIe Gen 5 speeds with unparalleled cooling, Sabrent’s M.2 NVMe to PCIe x16 adapter can now be purchased on Amazon for $35.

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