However, it is also the case that Microsoft does not give us such freedom of choice as Sony, but in the end it turned out that it is possible to use CFexpress adapters, on the modification of which the cards offered by Seagate are based. The difference is that these cards are already designed for PCIe 4.0, while CFexpress commonly uses PCIe 3.0 with four lines and is compatible with NVMe.
What is certain is that the console does not recognize other CFexpress cards, such as type B with PCIe 3.0 x2 for cameras, but the question is whether it is a general incompatibility or just that the SSD is not formatted correctly.
In other words, expanding the capacity of Xbox consoles using directly unsupported storage is theoretically possible, but the question is what the limitations will be and whether reductions and properly formatted SSDs may work. It is certain that it will not be easy and it will be much better for a regular customer to pay extra for an official card.
Another thing is that official cards are supposed to provide the same performance as the internal SSD in Xbox consoles, ie 2.4 GB / s (uncompressed), ie adapters with a maximum of 1.7 GB / s could be a brake.
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Source: Svět hardware by www.svethardware.cz.
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