Raidsonic IB-2538STS 2.5" to 3.5" HDD/SSD Bay Converter
With the IB-2538StS a 2.5" HDD or SSD fits into an bay or enclosure for bigger 3.5" HDD. Features Buy 2.5" install 3.5"
The IB-2538StS gives your 2.5" an great appearance and lets it fit into an 3.5" bay. Inside the converter the HDD/SSD is additionally screwed for fixation.
All heights compatibile
Other than (for example) the internal 2.5" housing of your pc case our converter fits 5 - 15 mm HDDs/SSDs
Thanks to the brass threads for safe installatoin in the 3.5" bay not only the converter sits perfect, moreover it can be installed multiple times without that the threads wear off.
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