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Athena Power BP-TLASA2221 2x2.5" SSD/HDD Backplane Module $2AR@Newegg

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Since this is a somewhat passive device it may very well be unrelated but I had some Win 10 BSOD issues after installing. They have not been seen again after removal. YMMV

I also could not get a refund since the UPC was removed so this will sit in a box.
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So if I accessed both drives, it would split the bandwidth of the sata port right?
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Tray-less hot-swappable 2.5" HDD / SSD backplane module.

Converting 1 x 3.5" bay to 2 x 2.5" HDD/SSD.

Support 2 x 2.5" HDD / SSD form factor up to SATA-III (6Gb/s) and 9.5mm thickness drive.

LED indicator on each drive bezel for HDD power on & access status. (with LED On/OFF switch)

Metal triangle key lock on each drive bezel.

Note only one Sata power connector is needed for two drives, fits in case floppy drive type bay [3.5"]. Perfect for SSDs.

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So if I accessed both drives, it would split the bandwidth of the sata port right?
No, this has two separate SATA ports and requires two separate SATA cables.
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for 2.5" ssd? I just tape it inside of the case.
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No, this has two separate SATA ports and requires two separate SATA cables.
Ohh I missed that second port. Was on the phone lol Thanks!
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1 sata power port. 2 x sata data ports.
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Since this is a somewhat passive device it may very well be unrelated but I had some Win 10 BSOD issues after installing. They have not been seen again after removal. YMMV

I also could not get a refund since the UPC was removed so this will sit in a box.
Check your power supply wiring and connector used to plug into this.
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Check your power supply wiring and connector used to plug into this.
It happened on two different machines where the only common denominator was the Athena.
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It happened on two different machines where the only common denominator was the Athena.
I find it hard to believe. Unless the 5VDC power supply line of this particular instance of Athena was grounded.. or something.
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