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Old September 20, 2015, 09:22 PM
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Not to the best of my knowledge. With M.2 it is best to consider them as different form-factor'ed PCIE SSDs not the typical 2.5" SSD in a different form factor. Basically each drive is separate and talks directly to the CPU. IE there is not any PCH 'controller' acting as a middleman like with SATA drives. Now it is theoretically possible with ACHI 'SATA' M.2 drives....but that would be stretching things and I honestly have never tried to see if it would be supported in a BIOS. It would be such a niche of a niche that I doubt it.
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