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Couple of corrections : Your representation is for 6 GB, not 6 TB. Need to add 3 more zeroes to the numerator.

Second, a 60 Mbps speed (Mega bits per second) translates to 7.5 MB /s (Mega bytes per second) - 8 bits to a byte.

So the theoretical fastest would be 100 x 1000 x 7.5 = 750,000 seconds = 208.33 hrs, assuming all files are copied at maximum speed of 60 Mbps.

Given that SATA3 supports 6 Gb/s and USB3 is rated at 5 Gb/s, a 60Mb/s copy speed seems to be low..
Dividing TB by Mbps overlooks the conversion of Bytes to bits. Multiply by 8.

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Anyone see a dock like this for Nvme drives?
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Thanks Op I have been waiting for this to go on sale. I had been using my Kingwin USB adapter, but after it killed it's third 3.5" hard drive that was perfectly fine, I'm never using that thing again.

I assume it's a voltage surge that killed it. Now I just need something over $3 to get super saver shipping.
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how long does it usually take to clone 6TB hard drives? (both WD Red... the source drive has about 5TB of data on it, mostly 15gb to 23gb videos from my 4k camcorder)

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Interesting thing. Though I don't know why it's in the Video Games category.
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whats the different from this and a Hard Drive Adapter?
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whats the different from this and a Hard Drive Adapter?
With this, you can clone without cloning software.
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Anyone know if this is just plug-and-play?

I bought their single 3.5 enclosure to USB 3.0 and it is not working. I just wanna case for my shucked WD 10 TB. I sold my PC and am temporarily using my old ITX case (no room for HDD) but I need the data on my HDD.
THis is the one I had bought and will have to return. The manual was WORTHLESS. https://www.sabrent.com/product/E...escription
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how long does it usually take to clone 6TB hard drives? (both WD Red... the source drive has about 5TB of data on it, mostly 15gb to 23gb videos from my 4k camcorder)

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Part of the Amazon description

Supports Offline Cloning up to 60Mbps.

6,000,000,000/60,000,000 = 100 seconds minimum time. But that assumes it will copy files at the maximum speed—which is not likely
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looks just like the Inateck brand.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...1d6b1bfbee
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Anyone see a dock like this for Nvme drives?
ACASIS typec USB 10G to NVME Dual-Bay NVME Docking Station for M2 SSD Key M, Supports Hard Drives up to 8TB with Offline Clone Duplicator and Auto Sleep Function https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085T9M...6Eb4ABEQMY
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I need something like this to go through dozens of old ide drives. Does this work for sata only?
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Was going to buy but lots of negative reviews...probably why it's getting a discount
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Part of the Amazon description

Supports Offline Cloning up to 60Mbps.

6,000,000,000/60,000,000 = 100 seconds minimum time. But that assumes it will copy files at the maximum speed—which is not likely
Dividing TB by Mbps overlooks the conversion of Bytes to bits. Multiply by 8.
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