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mPCIe to PCIe DIY

PoofyGummy

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Hi, I'm new here, and I'm a noob, so please excuse my ineptness, but I figured it would be the right place to ask:
How difficult would it be to diy a mpcie to pcie adapter? (For a wifi card specifically) The reason i'm even entertaining this is because the adapters sold ready made don't seem to have basically any components on them. What they do have is insanely long shipping times though. So I figured I'd ask if it is possible to do some diy cross wiring. The pinout seems to be similar enough. The only wiring diagram I could find for such an adapter included other components though which were clearly not on the ready made adapters. So I don't know.

This is no longer current, but if someone could answer that would be cool anyway.
 

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