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KingWin Multi-Bay Internal Rack with 3 Drives for 2 Bay Space SATA Mobile Rack, KF-3001-BK

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  • One 80x80mm rear fan
  • Supports hot swap
  • Tool-less design for HDD installation
  • Driver-free support
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Product Description

Style: 3 x 3.5 HDD

A multi-bay SATA internal hot swap enclosure that takes 3 hard drives with only 2 bay slots. It also supports RAID, instand HDD installation, and hot swap ability. This space saving multi-bay enclosure is easy to use, and simple to install.

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Style: 3 x 3.5 HDD
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.8 x 3.4 inches ; 2.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0047BTX4W
  • Item model number: KF-3001-BK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 15, 2010

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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Katsumi on December 26, 2011
Style Name: 4 x 3.5 HDD Verified Purchase
If you are looking for a caseless 4-in-3 SATA hot swap rack for your sever that includes appropriate cooling for your HDD investment, on a budget, look no further. I am in the IT industry, and I know KingWin. They have been making caseless hot swap racks for years, and this is another good product. It works perfectly. The only issues I found with it were that the SATA ports were not labeled and that on one of the bays there was a little slack in the mechanism so you had to push the drive forward with your thumb before you close the door. Once seated, it was secured firmly. I have four of these, and only one bay on on one of the units had this issue. Which is pretty good considering that for caseless bays, mechanical issues like this are not uncommon. The depth of the unit is around 9 inches, and for minimal port and ventilation clearance you could add another 2 inches. I have a very large server to put them in, so for me, this was not an issue. The overall construction of the unit is excellent, having a sturdy feel to it. The doors and locking mechanism are pretty standard for this price range. Having said that, I have found worse on more expensive units. The fans are 120mm type, and pretty quiet considering they have no built in speed control and run at maxium speed all the time. I would not have a problem recommending these to anyone looking for these features.

For those of you who would like to save a little time, here is the port layout as viewed from the back of the unit (a previous reviewer listed this info, but listed it as seen through the front of the unit):
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SATA0 SATA1
SATA2 SATA3
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Marion Collins on March 31, 2011
Style Name: 4 x 3.5 HDD Verified Purchase
I bought this product for a server I was building for home. I bought it for it's price and it functionality as a RAID drive enclosure. The rack is well built, but does take up the full depth of the 5 1/4" drive space. I had to modify the corner of the fan as it was hitting my memory. The fan is quiet. Overall I am happy with this product and would buy KingWin products again.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 27, 2012
Style Name: 4 x 3.5 HDD Verified Purchase
This is a review of what's great about the KF-4001-BK, and what's been improved since its last incarnation, the KF-4000.

There's no way to get anything comparable for less. I bought this unit from Amazon in 5/2011 to replace my Kingwin KF-4000 (the predecessor of the KF-4001-BK) that I bought from another vendor in 2007. The KF-4000 still works, but I was beginning to have some concerns about cooling and that the two old fans might need to be replaced.

What's the same and still great:
* True TRAYLESS hot-swap capability - plug and play with BARE SATA drives.
This and the price sold me on these
* Inexpensive - the closest competitor that has similar capabilities starts at $100 and they go up from there
* 4 slots for 3 spots in a largish mid-tower.
One of the other highlights that really sold me

What's been improved:
* Larger and quieter fan - a single 120mm fan covers the entire back of the cage.
The old one had two 40mm whiners.
* Standard SATA cabling - cage comes with 4 standard SATA cables.
The 4000 came with proprietary SATA/power combo cables.
* Standard power connectors - the 4001 uses two standard Molex connectors to power everything.
The 4000 used a Molex to power the fan, but you had to find/split enough power connectors for every drive
* Internally wired activity lights
* Lockable cage doors
When moving the system, they would sometimes open on the 4000. Note that this is only to prevent accidental opening, this is NOT a security lock.

The KF-4001-BK drive cage is simple and does what it's supposed to do at a great price. It runs quietly around the clock in my server closet and allows me to easily swap out drives to do upgrades or failure replacements.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By 611 on October 21, 2012
Style Name: 4 x 3.5 HDD Verified Purchase
I've bought two KF-4001s and their small bro KF-3001 for my home NAS. I was looking for hot-swap SATA HDD casing with minimal noise, and as these KingWin racks have the largest (thus potentially quietest) fans possible for their dimensions, the choice was quite obvious.

Well, I've got the largest fans possible. That's all I've got. All the other features could be listed as cons or neutral.

Cons:
* Stock fan is quite noisy to my standards. It could be easily replaced, but finding quiet fan with high static pressure (required for pulling air through rack densely packed with drives) is not so easy. In my setup stock fan at full speed keeps the drives at 32-33 degrees Celsius, so slowing it down doesn't seem to be an option as it would raise the temperature to unacceptable level.
* SATA data connectors placement (and lack of marking), cursed in almost all reviews. You could mount the rack upside down or temporarily remove fan to access connectors (I've used this method) and mark connectors yourself, but it's still a fail.
* Full depth. (Caused by "50k insertions" pass-through SATA connectors between drives and backplane). Makes it hard to fit a KF-4001 into a mini- of midi-tower case if you have a full-depth MB (this con is less pronounced in KF-3001). Forced me to look for shallow MB.
* Molex connectors for power supply. It's 2012, finding a PSU with enough Molex connectors is hard, and most of SATA-to-Molex converters are messy. I've solved the problem with Tagan Combo-S2M Connectors, but it's extra $10 for every rack you don't have Molexes for.
* Hot-swapping is not so hot. In my setup inserting a drive into running rack leads to restart of ALL drives in the rack. Works for all three racks I have.
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