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Posted 6 July 2023

SABRENT M.2 SSD Enclosure, USB C 3.2X2 to NVMe SSD case £19.09 delivered, using code @ Amazon / Store4PC-UK

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Decent speed - USB 3.2 Gen 2 - for the price when you use the code T2KOTLAC Free delivery, not just for Prime.

  • M.2 SSD ENCLOSURE: The USB C M.2 NVMe USB adapter uses USB 3.2 Gen 2 and Supports UASP acceleration protocol, the theoretical data transfer rate is up to 10Gbps. making it 70% faster read speed and 40% faster write speed than traditional USB 3.1. your drive's real-time read/write speed can reach up to 1000Mbps.
  • WIDE COMPATIBILITY SSD ENCLOSURE: The M2 USB-C NVME Enclosure is only for NVMe M-Key/M+B Key M.2 SSD, supports SSD size 2230 2242 2260 2280, and is compatible with all brands like SABRENT, Samsung, Toshiba, Crucial, Kingston, Seagate, WD, OWC, etc.
  • IMPROVED HEAT DISSIPATION: The m.2 SSD enclosure is made of high-quality aluminum and is compact and slim. The case is specially designed with air vents on both sides to create a cooler operating environment for the best performance and longer lifespan of SSDs. With this, the m.2 SSD can guarantee a secure connection during data transmission, protection from voltage, overcurrent, overheating, short circuits, leakage, and other multiple protections
  • PLUG & PLAY: SABRENT M.2 SSD Adapter is equipped with a USB 3.2 Type-C interface and comes with a USB C to C cable and a USB C to A cable. No additional drivers are required, Perfect for tech nerds, 4K content designers, and engineers. With up to 1000 MB/s, data is copied and transferred in the shortest possible time.
  • BUY WITH CONFIDENCE: If you encounter any problems during use, please contact us in advance. We will give you a satisfactory answer as soon as possible. Register your product at Sabrent.com, contact our friendly customer service [support@sabrent.com]

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  1. green422ow's avatar
    im looking for an external 1tb ssd and been looking at the crucial x8 for £57. What are pros and cons of doing it this way instead?
    beaversrus's avatar
    At best a 10Gbps enclosure from uk will cost you around £15 so leaves you £41 to find a 1TB Nvme. The usb port and or limit of 10Gbps will lower the Nvme speed to the lowest bus speed of the Usb port you use. So basically you get either just over 1000 or just under 1000MB/s on a usb 10Gbps port or around 500/557MB/s on lower usb 3 5Gbps.

    The £56.99 for the X8 on Amazon is decent IMO for anyone not willing to experiment with caddies, chipsets etc. Likelihood is the X8 is pcb with flash soldered on like the Samsung T7 shield so not really changeable.

    A 1TB nvme around £33 and enclosure from Ali express on a deal will save you around £10 to £15.

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  2. xybp9's avatar
    bought this for 24 quid 2 years ago and has been the best M.2 External enclosure I've used - miles ahead of orico and their ilk
    beaversrus's avatar
    I have many sabrent and many orico ones they are basically the same using the same Realtek RTL9210/B chipset mostly. I've had some sabrent ones not play nicely with certain hardware where the Orico ones have been fine and vice versa.

    If the above Sabrent one was a usb 3.2 gen 2x2 I would have snapped it up. (edited)
  3. malxrm's avatar

    Wondering if anyone can give me some advice on using an enclosure for a NVME drive. I currently have a WN850 1TB as my boot drive, with a secondary 500 GB 2.5" SATA drive. I'm in the market for a new NVME (looking at 2 TB options that are sneaking down in price) but wanted to ask about theoretical speeds.

    I have a B550 D motherboard with USB-C ports, so wondered what would be the expected read/write speeds on this or another type of enclosure. Portability, large video games and large video files is my use case.
  4. Odo93's avatar
    OP when I use that promo code the checkout changes and looks as though Amazon are signing me up for Prime? I just want to be sure I'm not signing up for prime...

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