How-to Guide | Clone NVMe SSD to NVMe SSD

The NVMe SSDs are a significant improvement over the SATA SSDs, HDDs, and more. You can get NVMe SSDs on various form factors such as M.2, PCIe Slot, and U.2. If you wonder is it possible to clone from one NVMe SSD to another, you will find the answer in this article.

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Updated by Jean on Feb 22, 2023
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Solid State Drives (SSDs) have improved through time, and there is now a wide range of SSDs available to meet consumers' storage needs. One such industry-standard software interface that has been designed for PCIe SSDs is NVMe. The NVMe SSD supports up to 64K commands per queue. However, the protocol needs only thirteen commands to offer effective and efficient performance. On the other side, normal SSDs can only carry out one query or command at one time.

NVMe has been specially designed for SSDs to connect the storage interface and the system CPU using the PCI Express (PCIe) sockets. The NVMe SSDs are a significant improvement over the SATA SSDs, HDDs, and more. You can get NVMe SSDs on various form factors such as M.2, PCIe Slot, and U.2. U.2 is a form factor that exclusively uses the NVMe protocol. If we draw the major line of differences between NVMe SSDs and normal SSDs, the connectivity, speed, and efficiency are greater in the NVMe protocol than traditional SSDs. Follow the article to the end for a detailed guide on NVMe SSDs and their cloning process.

Can I Clone NVMe SSD to NVMe SSD?

You must be wondering that since there are various form factors of NVMe SSD, is it possible to clone NVMe SSD to NVMe SSD? The answer is yes. You can clone NVMe SSDs with different form factors. One of the major reasons that push users to clone SSD is enhanced storage capacity. NVMe SSDs are available in different sizes. There must be ample situations where users feel the need to have larger storage for efficient performance.

The tool we recommend that helps you clone NVMe SSD is EaseUS Disk Copy. Since Windows does not provide a built-in cloning feature, it becomes essential to rely on third-party software to clone the SSDs. The EaseUS Disk Copy tool interface is clear and simple, and users can easily understand how to use it once installed. The process of cloning NVMe SSDs is similar to cloning a computer hard drive to SSD. In the entire cloning process, you do not have to reinstall Windows. Also, your data is secured throughout the process.

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  • Offers sector levels cloning, helping to clone a hard drive with bad sectors
  • Supports cloning from MBR to GPT and vice versa
  • Supports adjust disk layout
  • Compatible with Windows 11/10/8/8.1/7
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What Do You Need in NVMe to NVMe Cloning?

As NVMe SSD is a newer model of SSD, you need to do some extra operations before cloning for secure boot. Here are what you should prepare.

● Newer computer hardware (it is better to have Skylake chipsets or later even if NVMe is compatible with old computers) 
● an M.2 PCI-E x4 slot
● UEFI firmware & UEFI boot mode

If you have already run an operating system on NVMe SSD, the above pre-conditions can be omitted. All you need to pay attention to is the following two aspects:

● The NVMe M.2 slot. If there is only one NVMe M.2 slot, you have two choices in SSD migration, use an adapter from M.2 to PCle for the second drive to do cloning, and use backup & restore to do the migration. 
● The NVMe SSD cloning software. The software should be an all-around tool that offers features for your different cloning plans.

How to Clone from NVMe SSD to NVMe SSD

Now it's time to clone your NVMe SSD, download EaseUS Disk Copy from the button below, and follow the guide step-by-step.

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Note: Please activate EaseUS Disk Copy for a smooth disk copying or cloning process.

Step 1. Download, install and run EaseUS Disk Copy on your PC.
Click Disk Mode and select the source disk that you want to copy or clone. Click Next to continue.

Note: The destination disk should be at least the same big or even larger than the source disk if you want to copy or clone the source disk sector by sector.

Select sorce disk to clone

Step 2. Select the destination disk where you want to clone/copy the old disk and click Next to continue.
Click OK to confirm if the program asks to erase data on the destination disk.

Select the destination disk to clone or copy disk

Step 3. Check and edit the disk layout as Autofit the disk, Copy as the source or Edit disk layout.
Autofit the disk is recommended.

Copy as the source option will copy/clone the same layout of partitions on your source disk to the destination disk.
Edit disk layout allows you to manually resize or move partition layout on the destination disk.

If your destination disk is an SSD drive, do remember to tick Check the option if the target is SSD.

Click Proceed to start the disk cloning or disk copying process now.

Finish copying or cloning disk to new disk.

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The improvisation in SSDs has offered multiple benefits to users. You can pick an NVMe SSD and work without any hassle. The throughput speed and low latency features of the NVMe SSD make it a better alternative than a standard SSD. Also, you can clone the entire content of your storage device into a new disk. The EaseUS Disk Copy tool offers simple steps and a minimal interface for a unique experience for the cloning process. You can also backup your data with the help of software before initiating the cloning process.

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