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X1001 Raspberry Pi 5 PCIe to M.2 NVMe SSD Adapter Board HAT Pi5 2280-2242 2230


Date:2024-03-30 09:47
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X1001 is a PCle M.2 NVMe protocol M.2 solid-state drive expansion board designed specifically for Raspberry Pi 5. It supports NVMe protocol M.2 interface hard drives, high-speed read and write, and fast X1001 hardware has no limit on NVME SSD capacity, depending on the Raspberry Pi operating system.


[] Enable PCIe: Enable PCIe in the OS on the NVME SSD you are booting, instead of the OS on SD card.
   Too people just enable PCIe in the OS on the SD CARD.

[] Update eeprom firmware: Check and upgrade the bootloader firmware to the latest version;

[] Set NVME boot order;

[] DON'T enable PCIe 3.0, ONLY PCIe 2.0 is supported by Raspberry Pi fundation.

[] If your SSD is OLD and has a DOS partition, delete the DOS partition and repartition the SSD (feedback from buyer).

[] Please visit the guide for specific operations.

[] The official Raspberry Pi firmware is frequently upgraded and the OS is not stable enough. It is also a challenge for us.

Incompatible with the following SSD

[] WD Blue SN550/SN580 series
[] WD Green SN350 series
[] WD Black SN850 series
[] Other NVMe SSD drives equipped with the same Phison controller

These specific models have been shown to have compatibility issues.
It is recommended to avoid using them when considering the X10xx series NVMe expansion boards.


The X1001 shield is a NVME M2 SSD PIP (PCIe Peripheral Board) for the Raspberry Pi 5 that uses the new PCIE interface of the Raspberry Pi 5 to utilise the NVME M2 SSDs for fast data transfers and ultra-fast booting.


[] Model: X1001

[] Minimalist design, easy to install

[] Compatible with other HAT shield

[] FFC is only 30mm length

[] Supports installation of official active coolers

[] With M.2 SSD ACT LED Indicators

[] Supports 2230/2242/2260/2280 NVME M2 ssd

[] Can Power the X1001 shield directly from the FFC PCIe ribbon (providing maximum 5W of continuous power)

[] Integrated with XH2.54 5V power connector, just use it if you are using a ultra large capacity SSD if the current is not enough


If you find that the SSD is not working properly, it is possible that the power supply of SSD is not enough,
then you need to check the current requirement of your SSD to decide whether power the SSD separately.