X870 SKU: EZ-0079

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X870 M.2 NVMe SSD Shield

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This is the X870 NVMe M.2 SSD Storage Expansion Board, it provides a complete storage solution for raspberry pi or ROCK64.
It supports multiple M.2 NVMe SSD lengths including: 2280, 2260, 2242, 2230.

  • FOR USE WITH
Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+/ 2 Model B / 3 Model B / 3 Model B+
  • OPERATING SYSTEM
All Raspberry Pi operating systems

Features

  • Ideal storage solution for Raspberry Pi - M.2 NVMe SSD Shield
  • Supports up to 2TB M.2 NVMe SSD solid-state drives
  • Supports multiple M.2 NVMe SSD lengths including: 2280, 2260, 2242, 2230
  • Supports operating system installation and booting from your SSD
  • Supports fastest OS image writing (>1Gb/S*) from a PC or a Mac
  • Integrated USB 3.1 Gen2 to PCIe Gen3x2 10Gb/s bridge controller
  • USB2.0 connectivity offers plug-and-play functionality on your Raspberry Pi
  • Quick file transfer with high-speed USB3.1 Gen1 5Gb/s or Gen2 10Gb/s connectivity from a PC or a Mac
  • LED blue indicator indicates drive status
  • On-board micro-USB socket and XH2.5 connector allows external power supply to power high capacity SSD (Max 11.5Watts)
  • USB bus-powered
  • Specially-made short USB Type-C to USB-A 3.0 cable to connect with Raspberry Pi
  • Fully compatible with X720, X730 and X735 for intelligent and safe power management
  • PCB Size: 87mm x 56mm

[NOTE]

  • *Test condition: USB3.1 Gen 2 port, SSD sequential write speed >1000MB/s
  • NVMe SATA SSD is not included
  • Compatible with NVMe M.2 SSDs
  • Not compatible with M.2 SATA SSDs, M.2 PCIe AHCI SSDs, or other M.2 non-NVMe devices
  • As with all SSDs, new media must be formatted before use
  • Performance depends on host system, workload, and SSD media used
  • SSDs use exceptionally high performance storage media that will run hot when under load
  • Older SSD drives with less efficient flash media may not perform as well as newer drives

Power supply request

5Vdc +/-5% , Powered by Raspberry Pi

Additional power supply for SSD (Only when you find that the power supply of the SSD is insufficient)

5Vdc via on-board micro-USB or XH2.5 2Pin connector

Note: When use X860 board with X735 Safe Shutdown Power Management & Auto Cooling Expansion Board togehter, the power adapter must be connected to X735 power managment board only, not X860 or Raspberry Pi.

Ports & Connectors

  • USB socket - USB Type-C x 1
  • Micro-USB SSD power socket x 1
  • XH2.54 2P SSD power input port x 1
  • 67Pin M.2 connector P=0.5mm, H3.2mm, Key B x 1

Package Includes

  • 1 x X870 Board
  • 1 x USB3.0 Type A to Type C cable(length: 10cm)
  • 4 x Spacer F/F M2.5x8
  • 4 x Spacer M/F2.5x12
  • 4 x Screw M2.5x4
  • 1 x Screwdriver

Gallery

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Installation Guide

Push a M/F spacer (M2.5*12mm) up through the mounting hole on the topside of the X870 and screw down with a F/F spacer  (M2.5*8mm)

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a) Insert your M.2 NVME SSD into the M.2 socket.
b) Align the notches on the SSD with the notches in the M.2 socket, then insert as shown.
c) Screw (M2*4mm)  the SSD into place.  

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Place your Raspberry Pi on top of X870 and screw down (M2.5*6mm screws).

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Connect the USB data cable from Raspberry Pi to X870

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Optional -To use with X730 / X735 /X700 /720 power management board, 
a) Unscrew 4 screws on the topside of Raspberry pi
b) Screw the spacer (M2.5*12mm / M2.5*20mm) down until it is hand tight

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Plugs the power management board straight into your Raspberry Pi's GPIO header and screw down (M2.5*6mm)

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Connect the 2-pin power connection wire from the 5V connector on Power management board to X870

Power adapter must be connected to power management board only , not X870 and Raspberry Pi
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Document

How to boot from X870, you can refer to How to boot from a USB mass storage device on a Raspberry Pi

FAQ