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ORICO M.2 NVMe SSD Enclosure, USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gbps) to NVMe PCI-E M.2 SSD Case Support - £16.79 @ Orico Official Store / Amazon

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ORICO M.2 USB C enclosure(PCI-e 3.0) designed for M-Key PCIe NVMe SSDNOTE:1. ORICO NVMe M.2 enclosure supports PCI-E based M key M.2 NVME SSD up to 2TB; SATA-based B Key & (B+M) Key M.2 SSD or PCIe AHCI SSD or MacBook original SSD are not supported!

2. To get a 10Gbps data transmission rate, the USB 3.1 interface on your PC should be USB 3.1 Gen 2. Some PCs only come with USB 3.1 Gen1 whose max speed is 5Gbps.

3. It is normal that the case heats up, for the high-speed NVMe M.2 drives generate much heat while working.

4. You are kindly reminded that your computer won't recognize the actual SSD's brand with this NVME to USB Adapter, so for Samsung SSD that you couldn't use the Samsung disk cloning software

5. For the brand new SSD drive, it may not find the drive, because the brand new SSD drive should be formatted before first time using. And also need to make the SSD drive partition.

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  • 10 Gbps HIGH SPEED: ORICO M.2 NVMe SSD external case adopts the latest USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C interface. Support UASP acceleration protocol and support theoretical data transmission speed of up to 10Gbps. When using high-performance NVMe media, the read/write performance can exceed 900 Mbytes/sec. Included USB-C to USB-C and USB-C to USB-A cables, works with USB-C/USB-A hosts.
  • ONLY SUITABLE FOR PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD: ORICO M.2 to USB enclosure only for NVMe M-Key M.2 SSD (PCIe-based) up to 2 TB, applicable to sizes 2230 / 2242 / 2260 / 2280 SSDs, ORICO PCIe NVMe case does not support M.2 SATA based SSDs, M.2 PCIe AHCI SSDs, and any SSD from Mac.
  • SUPPORT MULTIPLE OPERATING SYSTEMS: ORICO M.2 enclosure is engineered with USB 3.1 Type c interface, support hot-shippable, Plug and Play, No Driver required. Supports Window / Mac / Linux. This external hard disk box is suitable for connecting computers, Smartphones, laptops, PS4, and other devices. Please note, all new solid-state drives must be formatted before use.
  • DESIGNED FOR CARRYING AROUND: This ORICO external case is made of aluminum top and plastic bottom, which ensures portability and good heat dissipation effect. 4.25 * 1.16 * 0.53 inch portable size is very convenient for carrying. You can put your M.2 NVMe hard drive in this enclosure and equip it with Windows or macOS systems, as an external drive.
  • MORE DETAILS AND WARRANTY: The M.2 USB case has an indicator to show the working status of the solid-state drive. ORICO provides a 12-month warranty and a 7 x 24-hour e-mail technical support. If you're not completely satisfied with your purchase, please feel free to contact us.

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  1. spxak1's avatar
    I go this, it works.

    But, it has a torx screw to open the case, which makes it very annoying if you use it with multiple drives. In addition the drive does not make contact with the lid (which supposedly acts as a heatsink).

    So if you plan on using this to make an external device, and never really replace the drive in it, just get yourself a heat pad to attach to the drive, to make contact with the lid.

    If you need a case to use with multiple drives, get one that doesn't require a torx screwdriver (which is included).
    Big.Wayne's avatar
    Hmm, that's weird.  My drive had a little heat pad installed, pressed up tight against the metal.  It transfers heat perfectly.  It kept me warm when backing up my data.  Mine also came with a torx screwdriver.  It's funny how two people can sample the same product and arrive at a different conclusion.  No heat pad and no screwdriver, sounds like a customer return.

    Decent product, although I paid less than this so no heat.  Used once a week with a Samsung 980 vanilla installed to back up my data.  I don't think the supplied USB-C cable is great so I bought a premium third-party cable for that complete Tony Stark look.
  2. CHalligan's avatar
    Just got this the other day with a cheap 1tb nvme for my MacBook. really happy with it so far.

    Getting about 850MB/s read and write speeds over USB-C.

    Mine came with a thermal pad too despite the comment earlier saying it doesn't.

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  3. xybp9's avatar
    this thing is a piece of junk

    it doesn't work most of the time or on half my devices

    get the sabrent one instead - I've had much better luck with it
  4. Rod_SmithmPK's avatar
    Non prime price £20.99
  5. noconversationsallowed's avatar

    Morning chap
    MrSwitch's avatar
    Thanks man
    Morning, how's things?
  6. iliko's avatar
    Great find. Heat added!
  7. Clisig's avatar
    Using one for almost a year. If copying larger than 50GB, it will get hot and slow the transfer speed down to xxMB/s. the max transfer speed is about 400MB/s (used on my Macbook Pro and a USB 3.1 port on a tower server).

    They do give you a thermal silicone soft gel layer to stick to the chips to conduct heat to the heatsink.
  8. ricky1234561's avatar
    So would this run a Samsung 980 pro at full speed?
    rev6's avatar
    No chance
  9. daedos's avatar
    Interesting that this maxes out at 2Tb whereas the cheaper tool-free one goes up to 4Tb.
  10. Evilcell's avatar
    How good are these? What kinda spec NVME will max the specs of this?
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