Asus UX430 which 512gb m.2 or larger are supported

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  1. Brian69

    Brian69 Newbie

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    Again the answer is in the list ... so yes both types ... it's not gonna work in here I'm afraid :)
     
  2. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    Sorry that we can't answer your questions since we don't have such unit on hand to test, and ASUS can change their spec without notice this is why there's no firm answer unless you actually test a SSD directly to find out the result. Let's wait for others who had installed any SSD here to share their experience. :)
     
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    Thanks for your time tho!
     
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    I can share experience with my new Asus UX430UN i8550u . It works well with Samsung EVO 960 500GB. Sequential Read/Write speed about 1600MBps/1400 MBps, seems same 2 lane PCIe setup on m.2 connector than at older UX430UQ, UX430UA models.

    The replacement (cloning) was not easy at least for me to a slow USB HDD and from USB HDD to new SSD + fix MBR with a bootable Win10 install USB. Cloning seems much more easy and fast with an m.2->USB converter from aliexpress and do cloning directly to the target Samsung SSD via USB.
     
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    UX430UN 1TB Samsung Evo 850 M.2 works fine.
     
  6. Kevin@GenTechPC

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    Pretty much any of NVMe SSD will work in there, it comes down to personal preference. :)
     
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