SilverStone Inch Drive Bay to Two Hot-Swappable 9.5mm 2.5 Inch Drive Bay Enclosure,

SilverStone MS08B 3.5 Inch Drive Bay to Two Hot-Swappable 9.5mm 2.5 Inch Drive Bay Enclosure, Supports

Scan code: LN83126 Manufacturer code: SST-MS08B Request call
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Product Overview The SilverStone MS08 is a mobile rack designed to convert a standard 3.5” drive bay into two hot-swappable 2.5” drive bays. It has full SATA 6Gb/s speed and RAID 0, RAID 1, JOBD support to offer complete and flexible solution for users looking quickly add 2.5” drives to their system.

Premium aluminum construction for durability and protection
Supports for two 9.5mm 2.5” drives
Supports RAID 0, 1 , JBOD
Offer great performance of up to SATA 6Gb/s
Tool-less tray design for quick hot-swaps
Fits into any 3.5” drive bay Features Enclosure material Aluminum + Plastic
Color Black
Power requirement 5V via SATA 15pin power connector
HDD size support 2.5” SATA HDD / SSD
HDD interface support SATA I / II / III
Minimum System Requirements Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 (32bit/64bit)
Mac OS 10.x
Enclosure interface SATA 6Gb/s
RAID mode support RAID 0, RAID 1, JBOD
Net weight 194g±20g
Dimension 146mm (D) x 102mm (W) x 25.4mm (H)
5.75" (D) x 4.02" (W) x 1" (H)

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