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Does my desktop support nvme?

I'm going to buy a m.2 ssd but I'm not sure if my computer supports nvme drives.

My computer is an acer aspire xc 780
Intel i5 6500k
8gb ram
M.2 slot with only a m key


How to know if my computer supports nvme drives?

Thanks

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As there are a handful of XC 780 models.
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Motherboard

My computer has an intel h110 express motherboard. Also crucial website doesn't show m.2 drives at all not even sata.

Post was last edited on September 21, 2019 12:38 AM PDT

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Re: motherboard

Intel calls h110 express a chipset, not a motherboard.

Anyway, it seems the motherboard has SATA.

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Sata it is

Ok guess I'll buy a sata sad thanks

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