wifi m.2 cards typically uses the E/A key, which is different to nvme ssd's that use the M key. They aren't compatible with one another.if you disconnect that you won't have wifi and if you get annother nvme ssd it would need to be one of those tiny one inch ones
That's what I thoughtwifi m.2 cards typically uses the E/A key, which is different to nvme ssd's that use the M key. They aren't compatible with one another.
Those work but you'll be limited by the USB bus for transfer rate, 3.0 is usually 5 Gbit, so it will be slower than a typical internal SATA drive. If you have a 10gbit USBC 3.1/3.2 port then you'd be limited to that transfer rate. It might be worthwhile to get a larger nvme as an internal replacement and use the old internal as an external (with appropriate external nvme enclosure) for additional storage, alternatively you might save a few dollars with a SATA external.I may just get one nvme and put it in outside bracket and connect to usb externally