The M.2 connector, formerly known as Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF), isn’t as hard to pronounce as a symbol for a name, but it’s faster in performance than its predecessors.
And we’ve seen a lot of interest this week in learning more about what an M.2 add-in card is actually.
“The M.2 format is designed for manufacturers to replace a variety of specific devices, do it in a tiny space, and require very little power,” How-to Geek explains. “But actually upgrading to an M.2 drive or accessory requires a little forethought.”
That’s why we have created a Dell Knowledge Base article that describes what the M.2 card is and some of the intended supported applications.
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With these publications you can stay informed about the latest troubleshooting guides and resolutions across various client system lines.
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This week we’ve seen a lot of interest in these topics:
- Dell Encryption Enterprise or Personal Displays “No boot Device Found” at BIOS POST
- Troubleshooting System Lock Ups or Freezes
- No Power – No signs of life
- Dell computers tested for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and previous versions of Windows 10
- What is AMD Eyefinity Technology?
- What is an M.2 add-in card?
- Installing Linux on Laptops with mSATA Cache drives or Hybrid Drives
- How to install Windows onto a system with mSATA
- BIOS – What it is and How to Download or Update your BIOS
- Identifying and installing drivers for Windows 10 on your XPS 13 (9343) portable system