QNINE NVME ssd enclosure caddy USB 3.1 (no cable required), telescopic USB C interface £20.16 Amazon
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QNINE NVME ssd enclosure caddy USB 3.1 (no cable required), telescopic USB C interface £20.16 Amazon

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Plugging in USB stick of that size directly to your laptop/desktop is not the best idea... On top of that it's USB type C so usability without c do a adapter will be limited for most.
Otherwise 🔥
No cable required, but one definitely preferred if you're going to be transfering anything
Kinio10/11/2019 19:48

Plugging in USB stick of that size directly to your laptop/desktop is not …Plugging in USB stick of that size directly to your laptop/desktop is not the best idea... On top of that it's USB type C so usability without c do a adapter will be limited for most.Otherwise 🔥


No shortage of usb c adapters / cables available . I have several already. But longer the cable, slower the data speed. Thunderbolt 3 certified usb c cables are rated to 48 Mbps . Rest are even slower.
sam_of_london10/11/2019 19:53

No shortage of usb c adapters / cables available . I have several already. …No shortage of usb c adapters / cables available . I have several already. But longer the cable, slower the data speed. Thunderbolt 3 certified usb c cables are rated to 48 Mbps . Rest are even slower.


I am not sure if that's true, I have my NAS connected to main PC using USB 3.1 gen1 port and 4m long cable and unless I am transferring super small files my transfer reates rarely drops below 480MB/s
Kinio10/11/2019 20:05

I am not sure if that's true, I have my NAS connected to main PC using USB …I am not sure if that's true, I have my NAS connected to main PC using USB 3.1 gen1 port and 4m long cable and unless I am transferring super small files my transfer reates rarely drops below 480MB/s


Sorry 40gbps not 48mbps .


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No word about TRIM support, probably better to avoid.
HaraldBB10/11/2019 21:07

No word about TRIM support, probably better to avoid.



We aren't all really hairy like you!
ianbeany11/11/2019 01:22

We aren't all really hairy like you!


Well.. it's not the first time when see how ignorance is a real bliss.
HaraldBB10/11/2019 21:07

No word about TRIM support, probably better to avoid.


Trim is ssd feature it has nothing to do with case/caddy
1. You not going to use spinning HDD inside M.2 form factor case, right?
2. On USB case must have compatible chipset to allow system to use TRIM.
If you're planning to use is as bigger USB stick to carry files once a month - it's fine. If you want to use it daily and don't want compromise SSD life and/or keep removing SSD to install in inside PC and clean up - you need TRIM

PS. Even having TRIM-compatible case is not solving all problems, as on some systems you need to "convince" it to use TRIM on USB-attached drives. Linux is typical case.
Edited by: "HaraldBB" 11th Nov
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