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M.2 NVMe SSD Enclosure with Heat Sink, 10Gbps USB-C $34.99 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ TDBT Amazon AU


Lowest Price Ever with somewhat decent reviews & 4.5 out of 5 Customer review rating

Sales Pitch
* M.2 NVMe drive to USB 3.1 Gen 2 Adapter, supports PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD, NOT support SATA M.2 SSD. Max. speed USB 3.1 10Gbps, actual testing speed over 1000MB/s for reading/write. Save tons of time.
* USB-C to USB-C and USB-C to USB-A cables included, works with USB-C/Thunderbolt 3/USB-A hosts. Easy to install, easy to setup and easy to use.
Enhanced heat dissipation design, It comes with NVMe M.2 SSD thermal cooling pad and heat sink, solid build quality, Aluminum case with heat dissipate fins, cooling down internal NVMe SSD rapidly.
* Fits both M Key and B+M Key NVMe M.2 SSD (2230/2242/2260/2280). You can use this enclosure to clone the operating system to a new NVMe drive, upgrade the SSD in your laptop, then use the old M.2 NVMe hard drive as USB external storage. It can also work as Windows to Go/macOS bootable USB external drive.
* Work with iPad Pro, Android Smartphone, PS4/PS4 Pro/PS 4 Slim, Xbox One/One X as USB external storage device(SSD not included). Perfect companion for Mac/Windows PC.

  • When connecting TDBT SuperC to a USB 3.1 or Thunderbolt 3 computer, you can get a read/write speed around 1000 MB/s. As a comparison, even for high-end SATA SSD, the Max. Rate is 550MB/s for reading and 450MB/s for writing.
  • NVMe SSD generates massive heat when working, so we enhanced the cooling system:
  • Double side Copper strip on PCB to conduct heat effectively
  • Specially designed SSD heat sink rapidly radiating heat from internal SSD to external Aluminum case
  • Solid Aluminum case with heat exchange fins, practically enlarge the heat dissipation area
  • For Samsung 970 EVO plus SSD, if you want to use with Mac, update the SSD firmware is required. If you need technical support, please contact us.

To get the best performance: Your M.2 NVMe SSD read/write speed is faster than 1000MB/s
* Your computer has a USB 3.1 Gen2(Max. Speed 10Gbps) or Thunderbolt 3 port. For USB 3.1 Gen1 port, the max speed you get is 5Gbps only

Sellers Note's
* 'NOT work with any SSD from Mac'
* 'NOT work with SATA M.2 SSD, feel free to check with us if you are not sure'

Tech Specs
* Controller chip: JMicron JMS583(PCIe 3.0x2)
* USB 3.1 Gen2 type C interface, Max. 10Gbps data transfer speed
* Support M-Key and B&M-Key NVMe M.2 SSD
* Supports SSD size(mm): 22x30, 22x42, 22x60, 22x80
* Supports Max. 2TB SSD
* Support USB booting, you can use software to clone system disk
* Compatible with USB 2.0/3.0/3.1 Gen1/3.1 Gen2/USB 3.2 Gen2x2/Thunderbolt 3 hosts
* Work with Sony PS4/PS4 Slim/PS4 Pro, Microsoft Xbox One/One X as USB external storage
* Including 0.3M/1FT USB-C to USB-C and USB-C to USB-A cables, compatible with USB-A/USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports
* System requirements: Windows 8.1/10 or later, macOS 10.10.2 or later, Android device should have USB-C port and supports OTG

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closed Comments

  • Good deal for local stocks. Thanks OP!

  • +2

    Remember; cool the controller, not the storage. (Though, passive, probably fine with both)

    • Or just buy one without this junk controller. JMS583 has severe overheating issues, RTL9210 seems to be the best bet at this stage.

      • Had overheating issues. With updated firmware the chip is fine apparently.

        • @Clear - So you have one of these? or similar? how much use have you given it? I hear alot of issues come out of these type of units from a total life span side of things, have you noticed anything long term or is your one still new?

          • @brent3000: I don't own one. I just know the a previous deal and research that newer firmware has resolved the issue with the controller.

        • Where do you get the firmware from?

      • Its not about the controller; lots of people put active cooling near nvme drives;usually the storage chips are rated to work above 25c.

        'Fast' storage is the one exception the the computer rule of "cooler is better" .

  • I have been looking for something which can handle NVMe for a while. Thanks OP. Bought 1.

  • Smartphone Only?

  • +2

    I am really struggling to see a use case for M.2 NVMe over USB - they're more expensive than a normal SSD and you get none of their speed benefits when you bottleneck it so badly. Aside from the odd 'want to transfer data from this loose drive without sticking it into a motherboard', which is going to be seriously rare, why on earth would you want this?

    • i only have 1 m2 port… n would want to create a backup bootable….
      how else would u recommend?

      • Why not just spend the money on a m2 to usb 3.1 adaptor ? Cheaper than the enclosure and for backup that should be adequate.

        • Those cheap ones you are thinking about are m.2/SATA to USB 3. That won't work with m.2/NVMe SSD.

    • I've got a couple of spare drives from laptop upgrades that need a home. This gives them a purpose.

    • I agree without a real use case scenario it is just about buying the latest greatest

    • +1

      The main reason is NVMe USB-C enclosures are USB 3.1 gen 2 (10Gbps) vs typical USB 3.0/3.1 gen 1 (5Gbps). At 10Gbps, SATA3 SSD doesn't make sense. Furthermore, the chipset would have UASP and TRIM over USB is most likely to working (whereas an el cheapo USB 3.0 to SATA enclosure - there is a lottery involved).

      However, you must have USB 3.1 gen 2 or better (Thunderbolt) port(s) to use it. While most people don't need it, USB 3.1 gen 2 has been added to most decent PCs for at least 3 years now. With both PS5 and XBox Series X|S now have USB 3.1 gen 2 ports now, these enclosures are more enticing.

      Unfortunately, you do get what you paid for. JMS583 is the reason why this one seems cheaper. You need to make sure you are on the latest firmware.

      I do agree that most people don't need this. Even if you intend to get one for PS5, Series X, are you really going to be a 2TB or 4TB NVMe on one of these?

      • +1

        Where do you get the firmware?

    • This is more for speed. If you edit videos you can have the source files on this. I'm using a Thunderbolt 3 enclosure and it works great but cost substantially more than this. I might have liked to have tried this first.

  • +1

    pretty useless when you even don't have proper contact with the controller, this is just 'an enclosure'

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