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Is pcie/nvme compatible with MacBook Pro retina late 2012?

Was going to change to a 500gb msata with a 7+17 pin adapter since I need more storage but now I’m wondering if I could install nvme instead of sata? I know later models support it but would I be able to do it with the late 2012 model if I find the right adaptor for it? I’m asking but I haven’t even been able to find such an adaptor yet so if it is possible and there’s an adaptor, please let me know!

Update: I think I’ve found a m.2 to 7+17 pin adaptor but they’re only advertised for macbook airs, leading me to think it’s not compatible with my macbook..?

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Review this great guide The Ultimate Guide to Apple’s Proprietary SSDs

The MacBook Air Vs the MacBook Pro is a size difference of the blade SSDs. The connections are the same a mSATA interface with a proprietary 7+17 pin Apple connector.

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