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Akasa AK-MX010 Dual 2.5" (2x9.5mm) SSD/HDD 3.5" Bay Mounting Module, Black Aluminium Passive Cooler
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Akasa AK-MX010 Dual 2.5" (2x9.5mm) SSD/HDD 3.5" Bay Mounting Module, Black Aluminium Passive Cooler

Akasa AK-MX010v2 Dual 2.5" (2x9.5mm) SSD/HDD 3.5" Bay Mounting Module Black Aluminium Passive Cooler SILENT

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Product Overview
Mounting Kit allows two notebook drives to fit into a standard 3.5” drive bay of the PC case.

Introduce new technology high-speed SSD (solid state drives) or make use of laptop HDD in your PC. High-grade aluminium enables rapid heat dissipation.

• 2.5" SSD and HDD compatible
• 100% aluminium for rapid heat dissipation
• Fits in 3.5" PC bay
Features
Application
Mounts two notebook drives in PC case

Designed for
2.5” drives up to 9.5mm high (IDE, SATA or SSD)

Material
Black Aluminium

Dimensions
114(L) x 101(W) x 24(H) mm

Weight
145g
Technical Specification
General
Manufacturer:
Akasa
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
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Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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Customer Reviews
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not Bad but Built really well, however its not suitable for all bays. As the unit has fixed holes, there is no room to adjust the fixing to a 3.5" bay. I had to use some old rail kit to get it to fit into the 5.25 bay. 02 December 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great extension kit This well designed piece of metal works perfectly with 2.5" drives. I've got an old laptop drive and my Crucial M4 SSD in it. The Crucial M4 is slightly too thick to fit at the bottom with the thermal tape but if the thermal tape is removed it works perfectly. To be honest there is no need for the thermal tape at all, it is a nice extra if your drive is slightly slimmer. Very well designed and robustly constructed so I feel like it is going to outlast almost all my other components. I haven't tested it to see how it fits into normal 3.5" drive bays or their tool-less cages so can't comment on whether it will be compatible with your case but for my needs, screwing it in, it works perfectly. 27 September 2013
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