Need to Test a MBP Retina SSD for Functionality Outside of the Laptop?

Mastermmm

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I have a 256GB Macbook Pro Retina 13" A1502 SSD that I have taken out of a liquid damaged enclosure. I would like to test the functionality of the SSD, but because the motherboard of the MBP itself appears to be fried, I will need to do so by alternate means. Is there a certain device I could buy that would allow me to plug the SSD into it, and thus test its functionality?
 

viettai

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^ what ffg7 has posted also included the ssd which I don't believe you are looking
I believe you are looking to buy this
http://www.ebay.com/itm/M-2-NGFF-PCIE-X4-to-2013-2014-2015-MacBook-Pro-A1398-A1502-SSD-adapter-card-/321859610689?hash=item4af053e841:g:pEAAOSwQPlV8BDB
with that you can try plugging it another computer and test to see if your ssd is still working

edit: whoops looks like i spoke to soon. that would convert you ssd to the standard m.2 size you would then need a device with a free m.2 slot to test that otherwise an m.2 to sata adapter/enclosure
 
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