I just carefully read the spec for the two i5 NUC, and notice that the vPro version of the m.2 only support type B key but the non vPro version support higher speed type M Key, I was thinking to get samsung pro 950 m.2 but i think is not going to work for my vPro NUC, why is that? I really don't understand why expensive vPro version have inferior m.2 port?
NUC5i5RYH - m.2 type m
NUC5i5MYHE - m.2 type b
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The Intel® NUC Kit NUC5i5MYHE has also a Custom Solutions Header with PCIe x4 lanes that you can use, you can see here:
See page 50, 51
very good to know the custom solutions header, do you know if there is any part that i can purchase to covert the pcie x4 to m.2 type m port? or any other pci-e application?
I'm not sure honestly where you can find one, but you should be able to find this parts at any authorized computer parts reseller or any local shop.
According with the Technical Product Specification the connector used is the Kyocera Series 6885 0.4 mm pitch FPC connector, p/n 00 6885 640 000 846.
After extensive research, this seems to be a ghost part / vaporware. Unless, you're interested in ordering in bulk from Kyocera themselves (min. 2000 units, 12-16 weeks lead time). Rather, look to other manufacturers for 0.4mm FPC parts.