Originally Posted by cdoublejj
Originally Posted by KyadCK
You couldn't replace Wifi with an mSATA drive anyway, mPCI-e and mSATA are two different connections, even if they use the same physical connector.
actually at least in 1 instance i've looked at it was matter of swapping 2 pins. also i do believe they sell mPCIe SSDs you would need to head over to NBR forums to get the correct answer form someone who has read the data sheets/pin outs.
Right, but those 2 pins still need to be correct. mPCI-e goes to the Northbridge, mSATA goes to the SATA controller.
Anyway, as someone pointed out, it seems ASRock is using a small chip to detect which is in use and switch between them.