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So the enclosure support a standard SATA Connection - I am using a slim 2.5 Hard Drive, works great.
J. P. Lynch
· June 26, 2019
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My enclosure worked fine for a little bit, but then started acting up. I believe your issue has more to do with quality rather than compatibility.
Thomas Painter
· December 31, 2019
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There is only one light (blue LED). As others have said, it flashes in relation to read/write activity (steady on otherwise).
Siege
· January 18, 2020
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? What product do you have?
G. A. Moulton
· July 27, 2019
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No. My low power solid state hard drive does not generate a significant amount of heat. I don't believe any ventilation in the case is necessary.
William J. Gothard
· June 21, 2019
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I did and the numbers were very slow.
KuroXilla
· April 30, 2020
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The enclosure might not be getting enough power from your USB port.
KuroXilla
· April 30, 2020
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I haven't tested it out myself, but on the product page it does indicate xfer speeds of 10gbs so it should work with your cable
Adrian Mata
· August 19, 2019
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Like most 2.5 sized cases/enclosures this one runs on USB power only, it doesn't need an additional power supply. I have the USB 3.0 version (standard USB plug), and both this one and the USB 3.1 (USB-C) version draw their power from the USB cable, regardless if the internal drive is HDD or SSD.
JD
· July 27, 2019
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It would seem a 4TB Barracuda hard drive wouldn't fit inside the casing. It is specifically designed for laptop hard drives, and the casing is a very tight fit.
Roland
· August 2, 2019