|Hard Drive||Solid State Hard Drive|
Sabrent mSATA to 2.5-Inch SATA III Aluminum Enclosure Adapter (EC-MSSA)
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|Specific uses for product||No|
|Write speed||3000 Megabytes Per Second|
|Item weight||2.6 Ounces|
|Hard disk description||Solid State Hard Drive|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||19 x 11.7 x 1.5 centimetres|
About this item
- Note: It doesnt support M.2 NVMe PCIe SSDs
- Convert an m.2 NGFF solid-state drive into a Standard 2.5in SATA III 6Gbps SSD
- Added protection for your SSD with enclosed housing
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There has never been an easier way to convert your mSATA SSD into a standard 2.5" SATA III SSD.
The Sabrent EC-MSSA is the perfect solution to expand the connectivity of your mSATA drive in just a few
- Completely pass-through design allows for the mSATA drive to operate at full capacity without any
conversion bottlenecks as well as provides power.
- Supports 50*30mm mSATA (Mini SATA) form factor Solid State Drives
- Aluminum enclosure provides added protection for your mSATA drive
The EC-MSSA is a 2-part housing that interlocks and secures once your drive is inserted. With the
- Gently attach your mSATA drive into the housing and connect to the mSATA connector.
(show picture of connectors)
- Once secure, connect the 2 housing pieces (show the housing being put together)
- Secure the housing with the supplied screws (show screwing the housing together)
- You are ready to go!
- It doesn’t support Mini PCIE SSD
- The product does not contain SSD hard disk
- mSATA to SATA 2.5 enclosure
- Screws + Screw Driver
- User manual
From the manufacturer
- EASY INSTALLATION: 1 - Insert Your mSATA SSD / 2 - Fasten The Case (Screws Included)
- GET FULL SPEED: Pass-Through Design Allows For The mSATA Drive To Operate At Full Capacity
- MAXIMUM PROTECTION: Aluminum Enclosure Provides Added ProtectionUNIVERSALLY COMPATIBLE
- UNIVERSALLY COMPATIBLE: Connect It To Any Laptop Or Desktop, No Driver Needed
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Anyway it just works. I had an Old mSata Samsung drive, great drive showing 98% lifespan left, but I had no way of using this anywhere in my current PC.
This product came with all screws and a screwdriver, took < 2 mins to install the drive and have up and running.
Bench marked with Crystal and shows full speed performance.
Providing this can be found at a decent price, it's a good way to keep some older tech running.
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Use the included tab to pull the enclosure apart, pop your MSATA module in, and secure with the two larger screws. Then pop the top back on, and use the four smaller screws to screw the case together.
Once in my system it needed Disk Manager (computer manager, then select disk management on the left) to format it and assign it a drive letter.
Benchmarking using Samsung Magician gives it a Sequential Read of 539 MB/s & Write of 523MB/s this is about the same as a 250Gb Samsung Evo 850 which scored 549 and 528 respectively. Random IOPS were down, with Read and Write at 67138 & 67871 vs the Samsung at 93994 and 85449. Bear in mind most of this will be the MSATA drive choice, as opposed to the enclosure, but thought it worthwhile comparing so you can see it runs at a good rate.
For comparison, a 4Tb Western Digital traditional drive in the same benchmark, scored 168MB/s and 165MB/s and Random IOPS were 488 & 244 ... so a lot lot slower than the SSD.
So for £10 you really can't ask much more, it's a good enclosure with the screws and tool needed to fit, and gives good performance.
Although cloning should have been quite a simple process I found it was not so simple using Windows, form my dual boot Windows/Ubuntu system. I tried several recommended programs, however, all seemed to fail, so I then went on to using Ubuntu, and just three lines of text in the Terminal, which did it easily and simply. I then just replaced the old drive in the NUC with the new cloned drive, and it just worked as though nothing had changed, except it now had a drive with twice the capacity. The old msata drive was then placed in the Sabrent adapter which could then be used as a 2.5” sata drive in another computer.
I went for the Sabrent drive for two reason, its construction was of aluminum, and it made a direct connection with the sata interface, and I was not disappointed with my selection, or its performance.
Of course purchasing the item via Amazon was quite straight forward, and Store4PC-Europe on Amazon, listed the product in detail, so there was no need to contact them with questions. They even followed up the purchase afterwards asking if I was 100% satisfied, and if not how they could help.