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Posted 30 January 2023

UGREEN M.2 NVMe SSD Enclosure, USB 3.2 Gen 2 10Gbps NVMe External Enclosure £18.54 @ Sold by UGREEN GROUP LTD & Fulfilled by Amazon

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  • Design for M.2 NVMe SSDs: The UGREEN NVMe M.2 enclosure ONLY supports NVMe SSD (M Key/B+M Key) up to 2TB. Applicable with SSD in sizes 2230/2242/2260/2280, compatible with Crucial WD Kingston Integral, etc. Note: DOES NOT SUPPORT NGFF SSD.
  • 10Gbps NVMe Enclosure: The NVMe SSD enclosure featuring USB Type C port with USB 3.1 Gen 2 standard reaches data transfer rate of 10Gbps. Supports UASP & TRIM protocols, transfers 1GB files in seconds, and the actual tested transmission rate reaches 1280MB/S.
  • Perfect Heat Dissipation: This M.2 NVMe enclosure is made of aluminum alloy, not only durable but also transfer heat from the SSD more efficiently with the built-in heat dissipation sticker. Provide better performance and lifespan for you.
  • Tool-free for Installation: UGREEN M.2 NVMe caddy is easy to disassemble and assemble without any tools, no need for drivers and cumbersome screws. Plug and play on Mac OS, Windows 11/10/8/7/XP, Linux, PS4, and Xbox.
  • Master Chip: M2 SSD enclosure adopt high-performance controller IC chipset with the S.M.A.R.T function to check the status of the M.2 SSD on your computer. Built-in multiple protection to ensure the safety of your SSD and important data.
  • Compact & Portable: An ultra-slim aluminum case with a silicone frame makes this enclosure lightweight, durable, and ideal for traveling. What's Included: 1× M2 SSD Enclosure, 1×USB-C to C cable, 1×User Manual.

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  1. papaguy's avatar
    Anybod used this before? Any advantage of this over a SATA one? Wouldnt the transfer speed be limited by the USB? (edited)
    bensimmo's avatar
    It's limited to USB, but the advantage it can use NVMe drives, either spares or new ones.
    If you have SATA M.2. drives then obviously you'll need the sata version.
    The newer USB can push beyond sata speed.
    Of course draws more power so you can't easily use them on RaspberryPi for example.

    Just buy what you need, these are not the cheapest but theis site seems obsessed with UGreen*, sponsor? not sure why they keep popping up. Look and Amazon for others e.g. ORICO iirc, often a few quid cheaper.
    also Aliexpress for the same but longer delivery times.

    * I have plenty of UGreen, can be nice stuff, the ORICO is too. Check this out! amzn.eu/d/6…6pf (edited)
  2. hybridbunny's avatar
    Be careful with this, I bought it, it wouldnt detect in any device, froze my pc and became extremely hot due to it being plastic and having no thermal pads. Thinking it was faulty, I sent it back and ordered a replacement, this new one became just as hot and was spotty on connection. I tried different cables, different drives and different pcs and still it just didn't work properly. I opted to go for the slightly more expensive caddy that has metal housing and thermal pads, no issues with it.
    IamChris's avatar
    oh I thought this was that one, I see the one I have is the upgraded metal one with thermal pad ( although I didn;t use the thermal pad for my use, just a quick clone of 64gb)
  3. IamChris's avatar
    EDIT : used the upgraded version of this to clone my steam deck ssd upgrading it from 64gb to 256gb. works well and feels good quality. I thought I used this as they look very similar but mine is metal and comes with a thermal pad. currently £28 though (edited)
  4. randomusername7605281935's avatar
    I used to have the one of these years ago that had the USB port built in llike a USB memory stick. So much better than having to carry around a cable. Didn't support NVME speeds but it was years ago and still managed like 300mbps/SSD speeds, theres probably NVME ones now.

    Just looked and theres a £16 one from FIDEC which has a USB A and USB C built in and says it's also 10gbps. Unknown brand though but it has some reviews. The built in ports just make these things much easier.
    idealstandard's avatar
    I think the flexibility of the cabled connection makes this much easier, personally.
  5. JetSetWilliesDeals's avatar
    I used this exact unit to house an SN850, for the purposes of backing up large game installs for transfer to a new PC.

    During copies, the device "stopped responding" and disconnected over and over. In the instances where I was able to get one game onto it, then attempting to copy the files off failed as the data was corrupt. This was all via using USB-C cables and inputs/outputs.

    Just unreliable. It went back and I defaulted back to an SSD in an external powered housing, which worked flawlessly.
  6. johnf86's avatar
    Hi. So can some one give a good recommendation for use for a one off to transfer my os to a larger ssd on both my pc and then laptop, then will not need to use again. i dont mind full usb 3.0.
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