Corsair SSD Mounting Bracket Black
Corsair CSSD-BRKT1 SSD Mounting Bracket, 7mm and 9.5mm SSD Height Compatible, Easy Installation, Black
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Corsair SSD Mounting Bracket Kit
The Corsair CSSD-BRKT1 SSD mounting bracket allows you to mount any Corsair 2.5" SSD into an available 3.5" HDD bay of your computer chassis. Thus your years-old desktop computer, not equipped with a dedicated SSD mounting spot, could harness the blazing-fast speed of the latest SSD storage technology. This mounting bracket comes with set of 4 screws used to secure the SSD in the mounting bracket and another set of 4 screws to fasten the bracket to 3.5” hard-drive bay. The precision build allows it to perfectly fit in any standard 3.5" bay, and the sleek look with a black finish makes it look good in any setup.
• Support 2.5"-3.5" drive bays.
• Compatible with all Corsair SSDs.
• Comes with 8 mounting screws.
• Dimension: 100mm x 100mm x12mm.
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