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    Lightbulb Max PCIE SSD for ROG 752VL

    I have a ROG 752VL which came with 128GB M2 SSD NVME and I TB SATA which I have replaced with SamSung Evo 850 1TB but for M2 I need to upgrade ,Does any one has upgraded to higher size M2 and whats the Maximum Size I can Add or Replace with.

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    What ever the limit is for the NVMe drive. 960 Pro is coming out with a 2TB. Just not on the shelves until early next year. You can find a few VERY overpriced 960 Pro 1TB and the SM961 OEM is fairly easy to get but despite the claims that its the same, it is not.

    I put 2 950 pros 512GB in raid 0 in my G752VY with no issues at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
    What ever the limit is for the NVMe drive. 960 Pro is coming out with a 2TB. Just not on the shelves until early next year. You can find a few VERY overpriced 960 Pro 1TB and the SM961 OEM is fairly easy to get but despite the claims that its the same, it is not.

    I put 2 950 pros 512GB in raid 0 in my G752VY with no issues at all.

    Thanks - I called up ASUS to Check the guy mentioned max M2 SSD supported is 256GB and according to this Specs also
    https://www.asus.com/ROG-Republic-Of...pecifications/
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    2.5" 9.5mm SATA3*1
    - 500GB HDD 5400/7200 RPM
    - 1TB HDD 5400/7200 RPM
    - 2TB HDD 5400 RPM
    - 128GB
    - 256GB"

    so I am Kind of confuse what to order

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    Hi,

    There is no limit as to the capacity of the M.2 drive you can put it. So if you would like to replace the drive in your device with a 1TB or 2TB model then this will definitely work. In terms of support, similar to 2.5" HDDs or SSDs, there is nothing limiting the capacity you can use. We hope this answers your question.

    All the best,

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