How to find PCIe Lanes support on a laptop?

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If the manufacturer doesn’t mention the PCIe version and Lanes supported by motherboard on laptop, can we somehow find it using some software such as CPU-z etc?

Except Dell and Lenovo, no other manufacturer seems to mention it. The model I’m specifically referring to here is this:
https://www.asus.com/in/Laptops/ASUS-VivoBook-1...

It’s a new 11th gen i3 vivobook ultra model. Hard to believe they support only 2 Lanes as mentioned under storage.

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bikidas2060 wrote:

512GB PCIe® Gen3 x2 SSD M.2

That’s too Lanes.
It is possible that this laptop may support 4 Lanes?

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cocay wrote:

That’s too Lanes.
It is possible that this laptop may support 4 Lanes?

No bhai. This laptop does not support 4lanes

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bikidas2060 wrote:

No bhai. This laptop does not support 4lanes

So bad! Almost all 10th gen Dell/Lenovo laptops support 4 Lanes. This is how these companies fool buyers

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They have mentioned it as bikidas said rolleyes

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