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Enclosure for SSD thingy
On 7/07/2019 3:42 AM, Paul wrote:
OK. It seems to be NVMe SSD.
I don't know if there are any cheaper versions of these or not.
This is an article from when the JMS583 chip for it came out last year.
There is a Startech version, but missing a decent cable.
Whatever product I bought, I'd make sure that the thing
can be operated with the casing removed. The sliding versions,
you may not be able to fit a Sil-pad for cooling (thermal
conductivity solution). The M.2 can overheat on sustained
write. You might need to operate it in the open, and
use an M.2 cooling kit (if it keeps seizing up).
That second one doesn't support NVMe so that's no good to him.
It's stated that both of them require a USB-C connection so likely require the full 1.25A that it
supplies and won't run on the 0.9A a USB 3.0 port can supply.
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