Where to plug in the SSD interface

Solid State Drive plugged into that interface, just find a hard disk interface plugged in?

The SSD is plugged into the SATA interface.

Tools/materials: ASUS Flying Fortress G11 computer chassis, SSD, screwdriver.

1. First, open the ASUS Flying Fortress G11 computer chassis and find the SATA interface cable inside the ASUS Flying Fortress G11 computer chassis.

2. Proceed to plug the SATA interface cable inside the ASUS Flying Fortress G11 computer case into the SATA port of the SSD.

3. Again, choose the location of the SSD inside the ASUS Flying Fortress G11 computer case.

4. Next place the SSD along the back panel of the ASUS Flying Fortress G11 computer case.

5. Finally, you can fix the SSD with a screwdriver on the other side panel of the ASUS Flying Fortress G11 computer case.

Where to plug the SolidStateDisk into the chassis

The SolidStateDisk is plugged into the SATA port on the motherboard of the chassis.

SolidStateDisk, or SSD for short, is a computer storage device that primarily uses flash memory (NANDFlash) as permanent memory. Solid State Disk consists of a control unit and a storage unit (FLASH chip, DRAM chip), is widely used in industrial control, video surveillance, network monitoring, network terminals, navigation equipment and many other fields. Compared to mechanical hard disks, SSDs have higher read/write speeds, but they are also relatively costly. The new generation of solid state drives use SATA-III, PCIex8 or mSATA, M.2, ZIF, IDE, U.2, CF, CFast and other interfaces. The more common SSDs on the market are LSISandForce, Indilinx, JMicron, Marvell, Phison, Goldendisk, Samsung, and Intel, among many other main control chips.

Where does the m2 SSD plug in?

The motherboard m2 interface is on the motherboard near the CPU slot or southbridge chipset area.

The M.2 port is usually located on the motherboard near the CPU slot or southbridge chipset area. The exact location varies from motherboard to motherboard, but can be found in the motherboard’s manual or on their website.The M.2 interface is a new high-speed data transfer interface that is commonly used to connect devices such as solid state drives (SSDs).The M.2 interface is available in a variety of sizes, including length, width, interface type, and supported protocols. Therefore, when purchasing an M.2 device, you need to pay attention to whether it matches the specifications of the M.2 interface on your motherboard to ensure that the device can work properly.

Common interfaces on motherboards:

1. CPU slot

Used for inserting a CPU processor, it is usually located at the top center of the motherboard.

2. Memory slot

Used to insert system memory sticks, usually located around the CPU slot.

3. Expansion slots

Used for inserting expansion cards, such as graphics cards, sound cards, network cards, etc. There are usually different types of slots, such as PCI, PCIe, AGP, and so on.

4, SATA interface

Used to connect hard disk, optical drive and other SATA devices, usually located in the motherboard edge position.

5, USB interface

Used to connect USB devices, usually USB2.0 and USB3.0 two types of interfaces, respectively, located in the motherboard edge position and the motherboard internal.

6, Ethernet interface

Used to connect the network cable, usually located in the motherboard edge position.

7, audio interface

Used to connect audio devices, usually microphone, headphones and speakers and other interfaces, located in the motherboard edge position or the motherboard internal.