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There are two Ultra M.2 slots on that board, which are PCIe x4 and will work fine. The E key slots are usually used for something like WLAN or bluetooth cards.

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A 8–15 PCIe ×2, USB 2.0, I2C and DP ×4
B 12–19 PCIe ×2, SATA, USB 2.0 and 3.0, audio, UIM, HSIC, SSIC, I2C and SMBus
C 16–23 Reserved for future use
D 20–27 Reserved for future use
E 24–31 PCIe ×2, USB 2.0, I2C, SDIO, UART and PCM
F 28–35 Future Memory Interface (FMI)
G 39–46 Reserved for custom use (unused in the M.2 specification)
H 43–50 Reserved for future use
J 47–54 Reserved for future use
K 51–58 Reserved for future use
L 55–62 Reserved for future use
M 59–66 PCIe ×4, SATA and SMBus
 

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Thanks, Great link :thumb:

There are two Ultra M.2 slots on that board, which are PCIe x4 and will work fine. The E key slots are usually used for something like WLAN or bluetooth cards.

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ID Pins Interfaces

A 8–15 PCIe ×2, USB 2.0, I2C and DP ×4
B 12–19 PCIe ×2, SATA, USB 2.0 and 3.0, audio, UIM, HSIC, SSIC, I2C and SMBus
C 16–23 Reserved for future use
D 20–27 Reserved for future use
E 24–31 PCIe ×2, USB 2.0, I2C, SDIO, UART and PCM
F 28–35 Future Memory Interface (FMI)
G 39–46 Reserved for custom use (unused in the M.2 specification)
H 43–50 Reserved for future use
J 47–54 Reserved for future use
K 51–58 Reserved for future use
L 55–62 Reserved for future use
M 59–66 PCIe ×4, SATA and SMBus
Good info bud,Thanks a ton
 
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