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SABRENT 3.5-Inch to SSD / 2.5-Inch HDD Bay Drives Converter (BK-HDDH)
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- Converts an available 3.5" HDD bay drive to accommodate two 2.5" HDD or SSD (Solid State Drive)
- Supports any computer cases with an available 3.5" drive bay (both screw-on type or tool-less type)
- Screw pack included to mount the drives
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Description for SABRENT 3.5-Inch to SSD / 2.5-Inch HDD Bay Drives Converter (BK-HDDH)
2.5" Solid State Drives (SSDs) or Hard Disk Drives offer many benefits over larger 3.5" hard disk drives, such as lower heat output, faster speed (with SSD), and lower power consumption. But installing a new 2.5" SSD or HDD into an existing computer may not be possible due to lack of 2.5" bay drive support. The Sabrent 3.5" to 2.5" Bay Drive Converter Kit easily transforms any available 3.5" bay drive to accommodate up to two 2.5" hard disk drives or SSDs. The Converter Kit is designed to work with all types of computer cases (screw-on type or tool-less type), and can be installed quickly. The adapter is constructed from robust SECC steel to ensure strength and integrity of the adapter.
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SABRENT 3.5-Inch to SSD / 2.5-Inch HDD Bay Drive Converter (BK-HDDF)
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|Sold By||iBhejo||SaiTech IT Private Limited (Since 2013)||SaiTech IT Private Limited (Since 2013)||iBhejo|
|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||15.24 x 2.54 x 10.16 Centimetres||—||15 x 15 x 4 Centimetres||7.62 x 0.76 x 1.27 Centimetres|
|Item Weight||91 grams||120 grams||90 grams||181 grams|
|Model Number||BK-HDDH||—||2.5" to 3.5" Mounting Bracket Silver||BK-HDDF|
|Size||—||9.5mm Universal||3.5 Inch||—|
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It's good for what it is, but I should point out that it aligns the SSD to center. So, the SATA and power connectors don't end up in the same place they would if this were a normal hard drive.
So, this is not the adapter to get if your hard drive fits in a sled and slides into a bay where it connects to a backplane. The connectors will not align. See my picture for greater clarity.
If you're putting the SSD in a case where you just connect a SATA cable, this adapter is just fine.
Note that the tray centers the drive and the connectors. It does not put the SATA connectors in the same location that the connectors would be on a 3.5" drive (see my next picture). This made reassembly in the Optiplex 755 very difficult. It also recessed the SATA connectors back about an inch instead of bringing the connectors to the same 'flush' back as a standard 3.5" drive's connectors.
With that said, good tray if you understand what the final mounting is like.
Check your application carefully before considering this product. As I said, I am sure it is fine in most standard desktop PC applications where the connection is made by a ribbon cable -- but in any installation where the alignment of the connectors is fixed, this is not your answer.
Regular side bolt 3.5" bay -> WORKS
Flat mount that uses the bottom drive screw holes -> WORKS
Tray mount with screws or posts that grab side screw holes -> WORKS
This is one of the few SSD mount brackets that fits in these types of scenarios, and you can fit a 2nd SSD drive as well!
When you install this, be prepared for issues connecting power (or Sata) if your PC has angled plugs. If your current power cables barely reach the old HDD, they will be too short because the SSD plugs will sit about an inch deeper into the bracket due to the smaller size. Use straight plug sata cables and buy one of these splitters to solve the length and 2nd SSD power plug needs:
Electop SATA Power Y Splitter Cable 6 Inch
Also be sure to use the screws that come with this bracket and not the ones from your old drive, some are larger and you can strip out the screw holes trying to mount it. If possible, connect all data/power cables before sliding bracket into the PC, connections can be hard to reach once its bolted in.
Even mounting the 3-1/2 portion of the thing in the brackets that slide into my computer didn't fit correctly. Isn't there some sort of standard for this? I wound up just being able to use 1 screw on each side because I couldn't get a position where all 4 would fit. Since I could only use 2 screws, I just tightened them really tight to keep the whole thing from swiveling. Eventually, I'll drill a few more holes in this thing to let me use it correctly. The customer really shouldn't have to modify it at this level to use it. If you get this, just consider it the raw materials for maybe making what you really want.
If *I* were to make one of these, I'd just put a whole string of holes along the length of the thing and let the customer decide which one's they wanted to use.