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ORICO PRM2 M.2 NVMe USB-C 10Gbps SSD Enclosure US$10.99 (~A$15.16) Delivered @ Orico Official Store AliExpress

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For those of you who missed out on the other deal being expired. Unlike the other enclosure this has a cable :)

Specification:
Product Code ORICO PRM2-C3
Material Aluminum alloy
Output Interface USB3.1 Type-C
Control Scheme JMS583 (10Gbps)
Transfer Rate USB3.1 GEN2 10Gbps
Capacity 2TB Max
Size 103.5mm(L)33mm(W)10mm(H)
Supported System Windows / Mac / Linux

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closed Comments

  • Is this good to combo with a base Apple M1 with 256gb?

    • This is only enclosure, to make the internal storage portable. You will need to buy the storage M.2 NVMe separately to make it work.

    • Yes it will work well, USB-C would likely be the limiting factor.

  • Thanks, ordered one.

  • No reviews on this one but ordered one anyway since i do need one

  • Is there any enclosures/adapters that support both nvme and sata drives?

  • Thanks OP!

  • I scrolled all the way down in the description, and there are 2 versions - 1. screw with tool, and 2. tool-free version.

    What are the chances we'll get the tool-free one?

  • now this is 13.76 without coupon, GST extra. got one for $15.14 total
    will this Crucial CT1000P2SSD8 P2 1000GB SSD be ok with this enclosure ?

    https://www.amazon.com.au/Crucial-CT1000P2SSD8-1000GB-NAND-I...

  • +1

    Got mine today, solid build. Came with thermal pads, a bit of a pain putting it into the case with them on.
    Ran a few tests, temperatures remained under 50 degrees. Drive was a WD SN550 1TB

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