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Posted 18 September 2022

SSD Mounting Bracket 2.5 to 3.5 with SATA Cable and Power Splitter Cable - £5.99 Sold by INATECK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Hard disk interface Serial ATA
Connectivity technology SATA
Brand Inateck
Hard disk form factor 3.5 Inches
Hard disk description Solid State Drive

  • Support 2.5" hard drives (SSD and HDD) and fits all popular PC casings.
  • Fit for two 2.5" drives providing valuable space for additional PC components.
  • Realizing fast and interference-free data and power transmissions.
  • The top speeds up to 6 Gbps. Downwards compatible with SATA I & II
  • Accessories: 1 x Mounting Kit, 1 x Screw Driver, All Screws Needed, 1x 4 Pin to Dual 15 Pin SATA Power Cable(16 cm), 1x 15 Pin to Dual 15 Pin SATA Power Cable(16 cm), 2x SATA Data Cables(48 cm) .

**** PRICE NOW £5.99 (19/9/22) PREVIOUSLY £6.39 WITH 20% OFF VOUCHER ****
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    Good set for the price. But,personally, don’t see much need as strategically placed double sided tape is sufficient for ssd
    Absolutely, I often use velcro to stick them to the side of the case. However thought I would tidy things up and utilise the spare 3.5" bays for a change.
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    Is this really a good price for a SSD mounting bracket? I've never bothered to use one but I imagined they would be cheaper.
    If you already have the cables and screws then all you need is something like this amazon.co.uk/IB-…c=1
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    Price has dropped to £5.99 without the need for a voucher.
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    LoL - the bracket is more than half the price of the SSD!
    What SSD are you using that's under £15?
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    Blue Tac for me
    Though the PSU leads can come in handy. (edited)
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    I still am a bit surprised that they don't provide this as standard when buying an SSD. You hardly get anything with the SSD...

    I wonder when we will start putting microsd cards into standard PCs. Its getting cheaper for 256GB + lol.