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PCI Express Root Port missing for Aspire A515-51
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Hi Martin,
Could you please solve the mystery for me, I could be able to find the Maximum Link width for PCIe Root Ports in my old F573 laptop (without installing M.2 SSD) but I couldn't find the same info in my Aspire A515-51, the first picture is from F573 and the second picture is for A515-51. Thanks.


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I can see PCI Express Root Ports #5 and #6 on the second picture.
Presence and layout of root ports depends on particular system design. Also if a particular root port is not used (no devices attached) then it's usually disabled by system (hidden) in order to preserve power.
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#3
Thanks Martin, this program used to be very helpful in deciding NVMe support for laptops but I suppose Acer might have changed their design, anyway, still this program is much loved by many, Thanks.
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You're welcome, I'm glad to hear that you and others like it.
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[attachment=2650 Wrote:Martin pid='16962' dateline='1517393611']You're welcome, I'm glad to hear that you and others like it.

Hi Martin,
This is just an update, yes it's showing up after installing the M.2 SSD, Thanks  Smile
   
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Thanks for the feedback.
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