|Item model number||GP-M201|
|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||4.02 x 2.99 x 0.2 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||February 25, 2017|
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GutsParker M.2 Standoff and Screw for M.2 Drives
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|Exterior Finish||Stainless Steel|
|Thread Coverage||Fully Threaded|
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- M.2 Standoff and Screw
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1. Not install an M.2 drive. Not good.
2. Write to your mobo manufacturer and prove that you bought the board, then wait A LONG TIME for them to send you the M.2 standoff with screws. But, who wants to wait that long? Amazon Prime is 1-2 days out, especially with such a light item.
3. Chance it by trying to find this at a hardware store. Good luck, and time=money.
If someone could work out how to make these, they could sell them for a more reasonable price, assuming they don't already sell them at hardware stores, though I wouldn't assume such a thing since it's tiny computer hardware.
I got some from ASRock, WAY after I needed them. So, I fell into the GutsParker trap too. Does the standoff and screw fit my ASRock board? Yes. Was I happy to pay about $14 for a teeny tiny standoff and screw? No. Am I going to sell the ones I got from ASRock and undercut Guts on eBay? Yes. :D
Please note: This screw is more than likely only going to work on Asus brand motherboards since they use a proprietary screw for their M.2 slots. One of the way reasons why it is priced so high.
maybe it worked for other people, but the threading on mine was too long, preventing the head from making full contact
with the m.2 drives mounting point. This resulted in an unstable mount that allowed the drive to sway left or right, which
as you might imagine, could cause serious damage to your motherboard and cost you quite a lot of money.
you'd think with such a high price for a single screw, it'd at least be the right size.
Works with my MSI B350 Gaming PLUS Motherboard + Samsung 960 EVO 500GB
This was a waste of $5 and I should've called MSI first. It was their fault I was missing the standoff and screw anyway, since the board was a replacement.
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You've obviously got your customer by the balls if they're after just one of these items. The price reflects that the seller is aware of this.
Diameter of the standoff was correct which is the important thing. I hadn't realised that it was actually a bit longer than it was meant to be. This caused the standoff to pass all the way through my motherboard and cause it ground on the chassis. Took me a while to figure out that the problem was with the standoff and not my new m.2 drive. Still, as the other half says, better too long than too short so managed to get it sorted.
Massively overpriced for an item that probably cost a fraction of a penny to actually make.