Syba SY-ADA40050 mSATA SSD to 2.5-inch SATA Adapter
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- Designed for mSATA SSDs only
- Not compatible with 50 millimeter mini PCI-express SATA SSDs
- Locking mechanism holds mSATA SSD in place
- No sacrifice on the mSATA SSD performance
- Supports ATA/ATAP-7 specification
- Supports dual power voltage: 1.8 volts and 3.3 volts
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Mini SATA SSD 50mm to SATA Adapter via PCIe Slot. This adapter will allow users to replace their laptop PC 2.5" SATA HD with mSATA SSD. mSATA SSD can reduce boot time, increase system benchmark performance, and provide longer laptop battery life. This adapter fits inside a notebook computer with a 2.5 inch SATA drive bay. This is the best storage solution for industrial computers, in-vehicle PC, gaming/casino/lottery platform, medical, networking management, and POS/KIOS/Digital signage/ATM.
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Replace your 2.5-inch Harddrive for faster Performance and Longer Battery Life
The SY-ADA40050 adapter will allow you to replace your 2.5 inch SATA HD with mSATA SSD. mSATA SSD will reduce boot time, increase system benchmark performance, and improve laptop battery life. This adapter fits inside a notebook computer with a 2.5 inch SATA drive bay.
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- Works with 50mm mSATA SSD
- No Sacrifice on the mSATA SSD Performance
- Locking Mechanism Holds mSATA SSD in Place
- Fully Compatible with SATA 2.6
- Supports ATA / ATAP-7 Specification
- Supports Dual Power Voltage: 1.8V and 3.3V
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The SATA connection worked flawlessly with a 240GB Crucial m500 MLC NAND mSATA drive. I could use it directly as well as in an USB 3.0 to SATA dock. I got full SATA-3/6Gbps speed, 300-500MiBps reads, connected direct, and saw as high as 110MiBps reads out of the USB 3.0 dock (the XHCI port of USB 3.0 is the bottleneck).
SIDE NOTE: If you are planning to use this inside a notebook, take care to note that it will result in a 9.5mm high 2.5" drive. It will not fit in 7mm high, unless you take off the plastic housing. Doing the last will require some more creative mounting.
I bought two of these to upgrade my old PC and Laptop to SSD, I decided to go for M.2 format in order to use these in future for other systems where the M.2 slots will be integrated in the motherboards.
These adapters are passive, so you can only use SATA M.2's on them and connect them to regular SATA interface or put them directly inside a laptop or even an external enclosure.
My laptop is limited to SATA II speeds so it was the limited factor to test this but it served as good compatibility test also. The M.2 was a Samsung 850 Evo 500GB SATA III. the drive saturated the SATA II interface to it's knees. I was getting around 280MB/s read and 260MB/s write well below the SSD capability of 540/520 MBs nevertheless the adapter worked perfectly and I has all things you need to install the M.2. so it wasn't an issue at all and the drive fit's perfectly in the laptop without any issue.
In the PC, the PC is SATA III capable so I was actually having the full speeds of the SSD, and I didn't expect anything strange as this is just a passive adapter again, just to use a simple SATA M.2 drive in a 2.5" form factor.
Speed were as expected also, there's nothing here to say I was getting the full speed of the M.2 SATA.. IIRC it was 548/524 MB/s.
The M.2 drive has plenty of space to breath, even when using a full length one like mine, the drive stayed well within the physical dimension of the 9mm 2.5" drive.
The only issue with this adapter is the hard edge's you must be careful not to injure your self with this adapter.
Aug 8 2015 update - I had to lower this review from 2 stars to 1 star. I found that every time I copied any large amount of data, just a few hundred megabytes or more, to my mSata in this adapter it would crash and my laptop would blue-screen and, on reboot, only boot to the bios because the bios couldn't find the drive. If I powered off and back on then it would boot.
I ordered yet another mSata adapter, the fourth one to try to go into this same new laptop, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006K25GMY, which appears to be working perfectly so I know the problem was this adapter.