6x 2.5" HDD in 1x 5.25" front Bay with Raid Support from Icy box MB996SP-6SB
• Full Metal construction with aluminum body, to protect your drives.
• Anti-Vibration Technology (AVT) - creates a safe environment for hard drives or SSDs.
• Active Power Technology (APT) - individual led & cooling fan only powers up if there is a drive installed in the bay.
• 3-Mode Fan Speed Control - adjust cooling settings (High, Low, or Off) for your specific needs.
• Eagle-hook lock system keeps drives secured within the enclosure.
• Switch between 4-pin and 15-pin power connection with included adapter.
• Removable tray system for easy maintenance.
• Supports SATA 6Gbps and hot swap.
Host Interface : 6 x 7pin SATA
Power Input : 2 x 4pin Molex power port or 2 x 15pin SATA power port (w/ included 4 to 15pin adapter cables)
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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