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It's amazing how much things have moved on since the OP. PCIe is so versatile. NVMe SSDs are just PCIe devices, which are generally backwards compatible with older PCIe versions or reduced PCIe lanes. I've successfully used these cheap vertical Cablecc adapters from Aliexpress to run PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMes in a PCIe 3.0 x1 slot: (Similar items are available from ...


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If I use an NVMe PCIe Gen4 on an X16 slot of PCIe 3.0 ... do I get the full speed of the PCIe 4.0 NVMe? No. PCIe 3.0 and PCIe 4.0 are like different "languages" that are used over the same physical connection. If your PC does not "know that language" it will fall back to the lowest common version of PCIe that both devices support. I ...


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This is probably not going to work. The mini pcie card can supply a peak power of 3.3V at 1A. From what I can find an mxm gpu always needs more power than this and unlike a normal gpu it has no external connections.


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Mini PCIe has fallen out of favor, being replaced by m.2. That said, there's a lot of adapters available. Personally, I'm strongly in favor of Intel's wireless cards, they tend to have good open source support and quality drivers in general. You can buy AX210, which supports 802.11ax, bundled with the necessary adapter. Edit: I didn't read closely enough and ...


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Your cpu only has a limited number of pci-e lanes available. Sadly I can't find the official documentation but from different forums and other people with these issues it appears that the 3xxx series apu does not support a second PCIex16 slot.


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SSUPD Meshlicious should fit your needs. The riser they use, by LINKUP, is also available alone so you can order one of those. But you need to check case compatibility. A comment on H1: it's been recalled for being a fire hazard (GamersNexus covered it on YouTube).


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