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ORICO LSDT M.2 NVMe Enclosure USB C Gen2 10Gbps PCIe SSD Case US$18.12 (~A$24.85) Delivered @ Orico Official Store AliExpress


ORICO LSDT M.2 NVME Enclosure USB C Gen2 20Gbps PCIe SSD Case A$59.84 (after $2.74 Store Coupons)

NVMe 10/20Gbps Model: only support NVME PCI-E protocol M key/M+B Key SSD, with 15cm type-c to type-c cable and 15cm type-c to usb3.0 cable.

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  • Does anyone make one of these that's just an oversize USB flash drive with a male Type C plug? Having an enclosure with a female plug and an external cable etc just makes them more bulky and less convenient. Considering the physical size of an M.2 SSD, surely that's possible?

  • Good price for some basic NVME to USB enclosure. The chipset is probably JMS583, which will be slower than latest chips like RTL9210 and ASM2362, but it'll still be faster than most drives on the market.

    • why asmedia is much popular in PCIe to X interfaces, even with PCIe to PCI like ASM1083 ?

      • +1

        Asmedia has been around a while & has earned its good rep.

    • +1

      I have the 10Gbps one.

      The one I received (Model:M2PV-C3 on the box) hits 1GBps easily on Crystal Diskmark benchmark and utilises RTL9210.
      Mine was FW: 1.24.2.

      No idea about reliability as I haven't used it often.

  • +4

    I ordered one of these last time from the same mob. They sent me a canvas bag and wondered why I was angry. Now I'm arguing with AliExpress over whether I deserve a refund.

    Never. Again.

    • +7

      Would you rate the bag though?

    • +1

      As in you didn't get the enclosure, just a bag? Or did they send you a carry case that was canvas and you have a rivalry with bigcanvis?

      I'm confused

  • Why does the title and description have two different numbers for bandwidth? 10gbps in the title and 20 in the description. On top of that, usb 3.2 has a max speed of 10gbps and I spent ages looking for good external nvme enclosures at 3.2 speeds, at the time there weren't many, especially at this price point, I don't think the market changed that significantly in a year or 2.

    • seems there are different standards for the ports: could this explain it:
      USB Standards & Specifications
      Standard Also known as Max data transfer speed
      USB 3.2 Gen 1 SuperSpeed USB 5Gbps
      USB 3.2 Gen 2 SuperSpeed 10Gbps 10Gbps
      USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 SuperSpeed 20Gbps 20Gbps
      Thunderbolt 3 Thunderbolt Up to 40Gbps

      • Usb 3.2 gen 2x2 is very rarely supported and would need someone to buy an add on card (which takes up a pcie slot anyway so you could just get a pcie card or thunderbolt add-on card), with a very limited number of very high end motherboards supporting it natively. I don't think any laptop supports 2x2 and laptop users are probably the largest market for these external drives.

        As for thunderbolt 3 and 4, they are much faster and what I use but to get 40gbps, the plugged in device needs to have a thunderbolt controller (which make these devices very expensive), otherwise they default to usb 3 speeds (I think it falls back to 5gbps but could be 10gbps).