I have this Intel SSD that has no label. From the Sanforce controller I narrowed it down to older Intel SSD and it seemed like it is M.2 b-key. I ordered an msata to m.2 b-key adapter but it does not fit. It is also not the standard m.2. Does anyone know what this thing is?
The adapter has 5 pads on the small notch which seems to indicate m-key but the wiki page shows 5 pins on 1 side an 6 on the other sie of the connector/socket. The adapter also has 6 traces leaving the 5 pin connector. I am not sure what to makeof it. It also seems that every b-key adapter available actually has 5 pads not 6. The SSD has 6 pads.
Looks like its a (possibly) proprietary connector for a lenovo thinkpad x1 carbon. theres a ton of adapters that go from the normal m.2 to 20+6 but not the other way around. This might be tough to find an adapter for.
check out the reviews on that one. the very first one I saw translated to:
They advertised as SSD for Lenovo X1 Carbon to SATA Converter. Actual product I received was M.2 to SATA Converter. I contacted them and did not respond. I finally receive my refund back after dispute because they never answer. I waste more than 2 weeks of my precious time because of this transaction. Well, I have horrible shopping experience, they shipping was not that slow. I mean, compare other AliExpress sellers, shipping was fast as others. of cause e-bay sellers are faster than Alis.