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M.2 NVMe SSD Enclosure with Heat Sink 10Gbps USB-C $39.99 Delivered @ TDBT Direct Amazon AU


I was looking for one of these and came across this at Amazon.

It doesn't appear to work with APPONLY10 unfortunately (might work with PRIME15), but still a decent price.

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  • What's this normally

    • +2

      Based on Camel it was cheaper last week and now its not on special :/

  • +1

    Camel shows this to be the normal price.. Unless I'm missing something.

  • +8

    This uses the jmicron JMS583 chipset.
    Don't know what other people's experiences are but mine are not very positive for this chip.

    Personally i would avoid…

    • +6

      Ok, what's your alternative for external NVME enclosures at this price?

      • Also genuinely interested - if this is not good, what is recommended by Ozb experts.

      • +4

        Honestly after my experience with the JMS583, I haven't tried any alternatives as it was just out of curiosity.
        The JMS583 worked with my Samsung 960 EVO for a while but eventually it started going flakey and now straight out doesn't work. From the link below, it seems to be a common issue.

        The last time I looked, the JMS583 based ones were the cheapest by a fair amount so I don't think it'll be easy to find alternatives at this price.

        Here's an interesting thread I found if you're interested:

        Hoping others can chime in.

  • Is this some sort of enhanced USB drive?

  • Ordered mine 28/5 delivered 29/5 only paid $34.99 so definitely gone up in price

    Must be local warehouse stock as Im in WA. Overnight delivery

    Didnt use any coupon either.

  • I bought this (unbranded) enclosure off Aliexpress last year. Speed tests have been rock solid. Can upload if anyone is interested.

    • What speeds are you getting?

  • +1

    Most enclosures would be maxed out at 10Gbps theoretical speeds with USB 3.1 Gen 2, which is far lower than most NVME SSDs.

    Take extra note that if it says it supports NVME only, Sata SSDs will not work even though it physically fit.

    I got my simplecom enclosures from Scorptec.

  • I'm looking to clone my boot drive to a larger ssd so I don't have to reinstall everything. Will this be overkill or can I use any el-cheapo NVME enclosure?

  • +2

    Thunderbolt 3 versions of this are still $200+

  • So disappointed. I thought it was a 10Gbps USB-C cable for a second.

  • +1

    Someone needs to make one of these for those really small M.2 SSDs (2230 iirc), imagine how small an enclosure it could be!

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