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Store4PC via Amazon has Sabrent USB 3.2 Type-C Tool-Free Enclosure for M.2 NVMe Solid State Drive for $22.94. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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  • USB Tool-free Enclosure.
  • 8" Type-C to Type-C cable.
  • User Manual
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  • Windows 7 or higher
  • Mac OS 10.5 or higher
  • Linux.
  • Only compatible with M Key and B+M connectors Not compatible with B Key Connectors.
  • M.2 form factor compatible with both SATA and NVME in sizes: 2242/2260/2280.
  • USB 3.2 supports data transmission speeds of up to 10Gbps for steady and efficient data transfer. Backward compatible with USB 3.1 and USB 3.0 at respective speed limits

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I was randomly searching through amazon and I seen this.
Regular Price $39.99 (43% savings - $17.05)

SATA & NVME Compatibility:
Only compatible with M Key and B+M connectors Not compatible with B Key Connectors.
M.2 form factor compatible with both SATA and NVME in sizes: 2242/2260/2280.
Thunderbolt 3 compatible

Chipset is Realtek RTL9210

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mepo12 asked this question on 01-12-2022 at 10:34 AM
01-13-2022 at 11:36 PM
Any GEN4 SSD would be fine, but if you're looking for bang for buck, I would recommend the Sabrent Rocket 1TB or 2TB or whatever size you need. They're reliably fast and a bit more affordable than the 980PRO's
01-14-2022 at 09:01 AM
Product page on Amazon already showing compatible SSDs of different sizes of course from Same Vendor as a marketing tactic.
In general you may search for 'NVMe PCIe M.2 internal SSD' while making sure to match form factor to one of three 2280, 2260 or 2242 from corresponding product details information. Recently I bought "Samsung 500GB 970 EVO Plus NVMe M.2 Internal SSD" if looking for other manufacturers.
philipgtm asked this question on 01-13-2022 at 11:34 AM
01-14-2022 at 11:33 PM
Yes you can connect to the usb c port at the front of the ps5
01-15-2022 at 07:19 AM
Yes, it should work just fine as an external drive for the PS5. You may need to format it on a computer first before it is recognized by the PS5. You should see a significant performance boost compared to other types of storage. 👍
saliv1215 asked this question on 01-13-2022 at 12:08 PM
01-13-2022 at 11:38 PM
You'll need to specify which SSD Write speeds you're referring to. Also, you'll need to determine how that 3.2 port is being used. For example, any m.2 SSD directly on the motherboard SHOULD write quicker than this enclosure, even if it's GEN1 .... however, if it's the first gen 2.5" SSDs then yes, this 3.2GEN2 drive should write quicker.
The general thought is gen1 550mb/s ... gen2 is usually around 1050mb/s
NSTar asked this question on 01-14-2022 at 02:50 PM
01-14-2022 at 11:34 PM
Yes, usb 3.2 will severely limit what gen 3 nvme ssd is capable of

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I have two of these and they've been very stable with several hours of active usage, but I haven't tested for 24/7 usage. I highly suggest updating the firmware right away to help fix any issues.

You can find the update firmware for the chipset here:
https://www.sabrent.com/download/ec-snve/

There are newer chipset firmware not from Sabrent, but I haven't tested those out yet. There is a thread on Anandtech forums about various chipsets version firmware and where to download them. It's a long thread, but it gives a lot of details about the RTL9210 chipset and the fixes the firmware versions have made.
https://forums.anandtech.com/thre...?view=date

Hope this helps!
Don't expect to be able to keep this plugged in 24/7. On my server I never reboot, I've had it corrupt a drive twice forcing me to do a diskpart clean to get it back. Seems to be a common problem.
I've seen a handful of these RTL9210B enclosures around the sub 25 dollar range from SSK, Inateck, Fideco. I even saw another brand for less than 20 with an active coupon.
However, most of these enclosures I've noticed are the side out design.
I went with this enclosure over the other options due to this. Sabrent works better since the top lifts off and there is less potential of damaging the heat pad.

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I know that's what the amazon page is like, but might want to clarify that the SATA interface is also m.2 OP, might be a little confusing for those who don't know
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Regular price is $27. Bought one a month ago. It's very nice, as these things go.
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FYI: chipset is the Realtek RTL9210 (which is one of the, if not the, best chipsets out there).
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Anyone use this with the m1 macs? I'd like to pick one up for use with my mac
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Quote from jdansk45 :
I know that's what the amazon page is like, but might want to clarify that the SATA interface is also m.2 OP, might be a little confusing for those who don't know
Thank you.
I added more info as suggested.
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Quote from ChronoTriggered :
FYI: chipset is the Realtek RTL9210 (which is one of the, if not the, best chipsets out there).
Thank you for info.
I have added this to the post
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I've seen a handful of these RTL9210B enclosures around the sub 25 dollar range from SSK, Inateck, Fideco. I even saw another brand for less than 20 with an active coupon.
However, most of these enclosures I've noticed are the side out design.
I went with this enclosure over the other options due to this. Sabrent works better since the top lifts off and there is less potential of damaging the heat pad.
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Can someone recommend an SSD to pair with this?
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Does the heat pad have adhesive on both sides? I plan to use this to swap m.2/nvmes for pc repair/recovery. Or should I be fine without the heat pad?
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Regular price is $27. Bought one a month ago. It's very nice, as these things go.
Can you use this with a usb c to lightning connector to directly offload from an iPhone?
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Hmm, get this and an SSD or stick with the Samsung T7 I just ordered…?
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Can someone recommend an SSD to pair with this?
Any Gen 3 nvme drive would pair nicely. My wife uses this enclosure with a 1TB SN550 Blue and it works fine. The newer 570 is a little faster for a few more bucks.

This is a really nice enclosure. I have a different one from Alxum and this one is easier to install drives.
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Hmm, get this and an SSD or stick with the Samsung T7 I just ordered…?
This lets you swap drives and upgrade in the future. But if you don't plan to swap drives often the T7 is probably good enough.
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