Thinkpad X250

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  1. N7leadfarmer

    N7leadfarmer Newbie

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    Tbh, I don't know.. I did a ton of research from others on which ones do/dont work and I landed on this one https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00KLTPUG4/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    Been working for me since September without issue.

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  2. th_mi

    th_mi Notebook Enthusiast

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    The X250 is great and works well, why discuss :)

    My X250 used to work well with the Windows 10 Summer Release and now it works perfectly with Windows 10 1511 (TH2)

    I use it in FHD Resolution, but I scaled it to 125%. For me perfect. Even Visual Studio 2015 is perfectly to use...

    It depends on your X250 configuration. The X250 may have two or 3 M.2 Slots. If you have a 3G/4G Card in your X250 you do not have a free M.2 Slot, except you have ordered the Version with a free 3rd M.2 Slot.
    If you does not have a 3G/4G Card in your X250, than you have at least one free M.2 Slot. The WLAN Card is also in an M.2 Slot.

    Only as an addditional hint. The 3rd M.2 Slot is on such a bad place you Need to disassemble the complete X250, including CPU and Mainboard.
     
  3. ddong

    ddong Notebook Consultant

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    I buy them used. How do I know if they have 3 ports? Does it appears on the lenovo parts lookup page?
     
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    FinkPad Notebook Evangelist

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  5. th_mi

    th_mi Notebook Enthusiast

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    The 3rd M.2 slot was only available with a HDD that did not have an onboard SSD. If you have a 3rd M." Slot you will have a 16GB SDD installed. But it is like I said, you need to disassemble the complete X250 to get access to this M." Slot. My X250 has this slot, I initial plan was adding a 512GB 2.5" SSD and a 256GB M." SSD, but when I found out there is no w to access this M.2 slot I got a 1TB 2.5 SSD.
    I'm an experienced person but completely diassemble the X250 was too much for me. At all it is tricky to open the X250 case without scraching the case.

    The Modelnumber is 20CLS0EQ08, the serial is
     
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  6. ZaZ

    ZaZ Super Model Super Moderator

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    I wouldn't suggest posting your serial number online.
     
  7. ddong

    ddong Notebook Consultant

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    Yeah that's not an easy task..!

    Always quote my messages so I get notified quickly!
     
  8. th_mi

    th_mi Notebook Enthusiast

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    To make it easier to imagine where the 3rd M.2 slot would be. On this picture

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    over the Displayport marking, you see on the product picture the smartcard slot. At this location the M.2 slot is located.
    The problem is you need to disassemble really everything :-(
     
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