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    Posted: 12 Feb 2016 at 9:38pm
Does the Fatal1ty Gaming-ITX not come with a screw to attach an M2 SSD like the 950 Pro?
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Dont know about this MB, my Z170 Gaming K6+ has one m2 screw in package.
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Originally posted by Kellogs Kellogs wrote:

Does the Fatal1ty Gaming-ITX not come with a screw to attach an M2 SSD like the 950 Pro?


Is that a Z170 board, or something else? Not sure what board you have.

The screw(s) for the M.2 drives is in a small plastic bag in the mobo box. The manual for the Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming-ITX/ac board lists including a screw for the M.2 drive mounting.


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Originally posted by parsec parsec wrote:

Originally posted by Kellogs Kellogs wrote:

Does the Fatal1ty Gaming-ITX not come with a screw to attach an M2 SSD like the 950 Pro?


Is that a Z170 board, or something else? Not sure what board you have.

The screw(s) for the M.2 drives is in a small plastic bag in the mobo box. The manual for the Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming-ITX/ac board lists including a screw for the M.2 drive mounting.


It's a Z170 board, I have not seen the screw in any of the small plastic bags, is it black? Because a bunch of black screws came with it and none fit the standoff, the standoff was already in place on the motherboard. It's a real bummer as I have used a metal piece and some duct tape to hold the SSD in place...
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I have several ASRock boards with different numbers of M.2 ports. The screw(s) for the M.2 ports are packaged one each in a small clear plastic bag, and not mixed with other screws. It might still be in the board's box, or stuck in the paper work in the box, etc.

You probably would have better luck trying to get a replacement screw from the RMA/Repair department than Technical Support, but here are links to both:

http://www.asrock.com/support/index.asp?cat=RMA

http://event.asrock.com/tsd.asp
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Originally posted by parsec parsec wrote:

I have several ASRock boards with different numbers of M.2 ports. The screw(s) for the M.2 ports are packaged one each in a small clear plastic bag, and not mixed with other screws. It might still be in the board's box, or stuck in the paper work in the box, etc.

You probably would have better luck trying to get a replacement screw from the RMA/Repair department than Technical Support, but here are links to both:

http://www.asrock.com/support/index.asp?cat=RMA

http://event.asrock.com/tsd.asp


Thanks, unfortunately haven't found it, I will contact the Repair department and ask for the screw.
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