Careful buying HP SSD, they no longer support it. ( Basically no Warranty)kevinkuo wrote: ↑ Interesting - It's great that this design gives you some additional options for rescuing your data in the off chance that the USB port or controller board dies.
Though if you're looking for a M.2 SATA drive to use in your desktop from the start, the WD Blue 1TB is basically the same price. No shucking involved and you won't void your warranty. If your computer supports NVMe, the HP EX920 is on clearance at CC for $110.
and will only warranty if it came from a HP Computer. ( that is what HP Rep said, When I called in
asking for HP SSD S600 Warranty)
12TB HP Mediasmart EX 495 (E8400, 3.0GHZ, 4GB Mushkin), with Server 2016 Essentials
16TB Qnap TS-459 Pro