The adapters are passive and are not dependent on the OS.Hi guys,
thanks for the reply.
i would like to buy M.2 Adapter for macbook pro 2015 retina
so as i understand, all the adapters should work with high sierra ? with M.2 SSD PCIe NVMe x4?
With which SSD?The adapters are passive and are not dependent on the OS.
The drive is OS dependent in that Sierra, High Sierra, and Mojave will work with a drive that can be formatted in 4k clusters. High Sierra and Mojave must be used if the drive that can only be formatted in 512 clusters.
I ordered two of these to use a $3 USD discount coupon for new customers: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/NVM...pm=a2g0s.13010208.99999999.259.30453c00zVB31R
I ordered the adapter to have a spare on hand as I'm always looking for MacBook Airs for parts. I mix and match the parts to come up with a fully functional Air. I will test them using a 2015 and 2017 Air for stability and compatibility with an Intel 600p or HP ex900.With which SSD?
Hmm, competition on Kijiji . The last deal I got was a liquid-damaged 2017 without an SSD. The price was so low I bought it sight unseen. The seller had the ad up for about 45 minutes before he was inundated with texts and emails.I suspect you and I are looking at a lot of the same Kijiji ads
Do it! You never know what will happen.Well, now you've inspired me to have a go at the 2014 Air sitting at home. Bought it to salvage the screen but that sale didn't pan out. I'll give it some TLC this weekend! It included a 256 as well, and MagSafe.
Have you tried reseating the drive and adapter?ok, so i can say for sure that the green adapter that cost 2-3 USD worked for me on a macbook pro retina 2015, and i installed High Sierra on my MBP.
i have installed SX6000 Lite XPG (Adata) 512GB drive. but i'm not happy with the Read Write results.
the test shows read 1200mbs and write 580 mbs approx, anything can be done about this issue?