PCI-e ssd to MXM

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by kimage93, May 8, 2011.

  1. kimage93

    kimage93 Guest

    hi every one and to ocz crew...

    i was wondering if it's possible to use the MXM (pci-e in laptops for graphic cards)
    to plug a ssd in it.
    I know ocz sells PCI-e ssd but i'm using laptops for works and they are in sata II,
    after hanging around on the web :
    SATA II is 3GB/s
    SATA III is 6Gb/s
    and PCI-e is much more and allow SSD to run at 1000mb/s (ex:OCZ Z-DRIVE R3 P84)

    i'm using laptop for video most of the time and i need high read performances,
    for concerts, show events, exhibitions, conventions....

    maybe there is a way to adapt a PCI-e (OCZ Z-DRIVE R3 P84) to the MXM slot in my laptops. the laptop i run have 2 MXM in it (meaning that i can use SLI or Crossfire techonolgy) i only use one and the 2th is free. maybe there is a possibility to use that "free" slot to put a PCI-e ssd.
    Are MXM (in my laptop MXM III) and PCI-e 16x compatible ?
    Anyway to find an adapter PCI-e to MXM or inverse ?

    Second problem : PCI-e SSD or too big to fit in laptop, so maybe someone knows if a MXM II or III ssd card exists ?

    Thanks in advance to anyone for help...
    if you have tips you can answer also in french...merci a tous

    bye
    A+

    Kim.
     

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