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Icy Dock ExpressCage 4x2.5 in 5.25 drive cage MB324SP $23.50 after MIR and FS at B&H

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B&H has the icy dock 4 2.5" drive bays in one 5.25" cage for $43.50 with a $20 MIR, and free shipping. Tax only for NY/NJ folks.

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr..._sata.html
4.5 stars based on 2 reviews.

Newegg has the same one for $.40 more:
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...-_-Product
4/5 eggs.

Rebate form (good through 1/31)
https://static.bhphotovideo.com/F...D_DOCK.pdf
Rebate can work on a bunch of different models, but this was the one I was looking for. No personal experience with it yet, sorry.
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Created 01-30-2018 at 08:37 PM by sfoo
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Bought one. I have a Thermaltake model like this and I am a big fan of these. My next build will use this one. I generally will use one for a boot drive, one for games storage, and two for important files storage (RAID 1). Previously I've been using 3.5" HDDs for the latter, but 1 TB SSDs have fallen into the manageable range for that job.
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I honestly cant see a scenerio where you would need this middle class of server storage, either save the money and buy external harddrive's or buy a full fledge on rack server
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so expensive comparing to the ATX or matx cases, just for the drive cages. but then I needed lots of SSD storages in and out all the time
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