StuG wrote:SATA (both are SSDs) are your desktop form factor. It is meant to have a power cable and USB cable plug into the appropriate outlets, and run to the SATA SSD. The msata plugs into a mobility "msata" slot, that is built to have it actually "click" into place and held there by the mount. If you do not have a motherboard with this mount, you will not have a good way of mounting the msata drive in the case. In that situation, just use the regular SSD SATA.
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