Orico PDM2 M.2 NVME to PCI-E3.0 X4 Expansion Card


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Key Features

  • MPN: PDM2-BP
  • Model: PDM2
  • Supported Slots: PCI-e 3.0 Gen3 X4(compatible with X4/X8/X16 slots)
  • Supported SSD: 2230/2242/2260/2280, PCI-E NVME M.2 SSD
  • Supported System: IOS, Windows7/8/10, Linux
  • Capacity: 2TB Single Disk, 4TB total


Orico PDM2 M.2 NVME to PCI-E3.0 X4 Expansion Card

The Orico PDM2 M.2 NVME to PCI-E3.0 X4 Expansion Card supports PCI-e 3.0 Gen3 X4 slots (compatible with X4/X8/X16 slots). It has a built-in M.2 M-key/B-Key interface.

It is supported with 2230/ 2242/ 2260/ 2280, PCI-E Channel NVME Protocol M.2 SSD. The Orico PDM2 is supported with IOS, Windows7/8/10, Linux systems. It has a transmission speed of 32Gbps(theoretical speed)(NVME protocol),6Gbps(theoretical speed)(SATA protocol). It supports a total of 4TB storage. The Orico PDM2 has a 1-year of warranty.

Orico PDM2 M.2 NVME to PCI-E3.0 X4

Orico PDM2 M.2 NVME to PCI-E3.0 X4 Expansion Card

The Orico PDM2 is an expansion card that allows you to add up to two M.2 NVMe SSDs to your computer using a PCI-Express 3.0 x4 interface. This allows for faster transfer speeds compared to using the M.2 slots on the motherboard.

The PDM2 supports M.2 NVMe SSDs of various sizes, including 2230, 2242, 2260, and 2280. It also features a high-performance ASM2824 switch chip, which allows for up to 8GB/s transfer speeds between the SSDs and the CPU. The card is compatible with most modern operating systems, including Windows and Linux.

To use the PDM2, you need to install it into an available PCI-Express x4 slot on your computer’s motherboard and connect the power and data cables to the card. Once installed, you can install your M.2 NVMe SSDs onto the card and configure them as needed.

Overall, the Orico PDM2 is a great option for users who need to add additional M.2 NVMe SSDs to their computer and want to take advantage of the faster transfer speeds offered by a PCI-Express interface. It can also be useful for users who have filled up all their M.2 slots on their motherboard and need additional storage options.

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