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ASUS U.2/M.2 Hyper Kit Card for Intel 750 NVMe SSD 2.5"

ASUS Hyper Kit U.2 Card, M.2 (PCIe) to mini-SAS HD SFF8639, For Connecting 2.5" Intel 750 SSDs to Motherboards via M.2

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Product Overview ASUS M.2 PCIe to Turbo Mini-SAS HD Adapter Card for U.2 Based 2.5 Inch NVM Intel 750 Series SSDs using NVM express with SFF 8639 interface. Features • M.2 PCIe Adapter Card
• Features Turbo Mini-SAS HD Connector (for U.2 Drives ONLY)
• Allows you to connect your 2.5" Intel 750 NVM SSD to your X99 Motherboard via an availbel M.2 PCIe slot.
• Compatible with Intel X99 Chipset Motherboards

ASUS Compatible Motherboards
• X99-DELUXE/USB 3.1
• X99-PRO/USB 3.1
• X99-A/USB 3.1
• X99-A/USB 3.1(Transfer Express)
• X99-S
• X99-PRO
• X99-A

Please note: This adapter card is ONLY compatible with M.2 slots that support PCIe. This card WILL NOT function in M.2 SATA ONLY Slots.

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

12 months
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DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Scan Computers International Limited
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ASUS U.2/M.2 Hyper Kit Card for Intel 750 NVMe SSD 2.5"
ASUS U.2/M.2 Hyper Kit Card for Intel 750 NVMe SSD 2.5"