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ORICO Aluminium Nvme M.2 SSD Enclosure 10Gbps USB C Hard Drive Enclosure Support UASP Trim & Smart Sleep Function With C

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ORICO Aluminium Nvme M.2 SSD Enclosure 10Gbps USB C Hard Drive Enclosure Support UASP Trim & Smart Sleep Function With C

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ORICO Aluminium Nvme M.2 SSD Enclosure 10Gbps USB C Hard Drive Enclosure Support UASP Trim & Smart Sleep Function With C to C Cable

1. RED - Basic USB 3.1 (10 Gbps) & SATA III
2. GRAY - M.2 NGFF SSD
3. SILVER - Basic USB 3.1 (10 Gbps) & SATA III

And free shipping. Almost unheard of from Newegg.

Quite possibly another "our assistant posted this in error accidentally" deal.
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there are two choices , whats the difference between Single SSD and HDD
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I'm a dumb dumb so I don't know which one to get...

... which should I pick for a Mac Mini M1 when I want to edit video from files on the external drive I'd put in this enclosure?

EDIT: I'm guessing "Single SSD" for the first drop down option... and "M.2" for the second drop down option?
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I want to stick a WD Black SN750 NVME in one of these to use as external storage. Which one should I get?
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Goonish wrote: I want to stick a WD Black SN750 NVME in one of these to use as external storage. Which one should I get?
Remember these are limited to USB speeds, so an SN750 is way overkill.
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jaksdj22 wrote: there are two choices , whats the difference between Single SSD and HDD
I think Single SSD = SATA speed, HDD = nVME speed (both M.2). If you have an nVME, you should get the HDD option.
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this is literally cheaper than aliexpress
in for one
thanks OP!
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recordman wrote: I think Single SSD = SATA speed, HDD = nVME speed (both M.2). If you have an nVME, you should get the HDD option.
I think you're right. Purchased a silver one.

NGFF is an older standard than the newer M.2 connector it appears as well and limited to SATA speeds? Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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cheaper_than_cheap wrote: Remember these are limited to USB speeds, so an SN750 is way overkill.
Noted. It's just that it's currently on sale right now and the slower ones aren't cheaper right now so no brainer?
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Red OOS. Got the Silver one (nVME).
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Thanks, ordered a silver. Will be useful for cloning if i upgrade ssds.
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Good clue is the USB C connector on both sides of the cable Thumbs Up Sign almost got the wrong one
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Thanks OP. Got one silver variant for future use.
As of 04:30 - Silver & Red are OOS. Only Gray available.
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Fyi, there appears to be firmware updates on Station Drivers that should improve speeds and reduce throttling (heat).
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TheMightyBMZ wrote: Red in stock again, got a wrong one before
be careful though, it is now shipping from China, which take a lot longer.
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Only Red is in stock, got one

NGFF is sata not nvme, don't buy, m.2 is just form factor

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