Asus just fixed this annoying PC building problem

Why do some motherboards come with a extra M.2 screws? Because you’re almost guaranteed to lose one of the microscopic-sized retention screws while installing your SSD.Major motherboard maker Asus, however, apparently got sick of dropping yet another metal screw into the bowels of a new PC and has brought in a simple plastic retention clip to hold a drive in place. The retention clip looks to be integrated into standard M.2 mounts, but rather than using a jeweler’s screwdriver to carefully install it, you simply flip a plastic latch to lock the drive in place. You can see the clips below or to see it in action, visit the Asus ROG Twitter feed.To read this article in full, please click here
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