2.5" SATA & SSD Laptop Hard Drive Screws Black Zinc, 12X M3x3MM M3X3L PM3X3.0
About this deal
My M2 data is just big enofe to fit in all the wey, I dont have a screw feature but a slide one (older models), where after you insert the M2 you move it all the wey and then slide the plastic ,,screw” thingy to hold it in place, well its too big and it hits the ,,screw” so my only posibility is to leave it be at 30° angle, you cant unscrew it or replace the thing, so I am left with 2 choices: 1st – leave it be If you have a hard time figuring out what or where your M.2 screw is, make sure to look at your manual.
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Screwing it in is just a precaution to make sure that the drive doesn’t get dislodged if you accidentally bump into your PC or something.also, the 500MB/s sequential read speed compared to the 150MB/s sequential read speed from the hard drive won't make a big difference to windows, it's the random read/write performance that's going to make the biggest difference.
So, I bought a 1TB Samsung 860 Evo and realised that my case did not come with mounting screws. Should I just slot the ssd in without screwd, since it has no moving parts? Or do i buy some screws and screw it in normallyMotherboard: MSI A320M PRO-VH PLUS ** Processor: AMD Ryzen 2600 3.4 GHz ** Video Card: Nvidia GeForce 1070 TI 8GB Zotac 1070ti Does the SSD's 500 mbps read & write speed make a huge difference compared to my HDD's speed (being 100-150 mbps)