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Syba SATA III to Dual mSATA SSD RAID Adapter - 3.5 Inch Mounting Try or PCI Slot Mount Able

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Description

  • AS media ASM1092R SATA host controller
  • Supports RAID levels: 0/1/JBOD
  • Fully hardware-accelerated RAID Engine
  • Supports Windows 10/8.1/8/7
  • PWM synchronous buck converter power IC

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Customer Reviews

This thing is awesome. I've purchased three so far. This thing is awesome. I've purchased three so far. It's exactly what you think it is: take two mSATA SSDs and merge into a single super fast drive for SATA. I used one as a replacement hdd for a Linux install in my MacBook Pro and the other is in my Server as the OS drive. Mac set to Raid0 and the Server to RAID1.I saw some questions about configuring and setting up this device to use both drives.Step1: Set the switches to whatever configuration you want. Insert your mSATA drives.Step2: Connect your Syba card to your computer via the USB 3.0 connection/cable.Step3: Open Disk Management and your computer will recognize TWO drives.Step4: Press and hold the Reset button next to the USB plug on your Syba card until Computer indicates that your drive has disconnect and connected. It should now show a single drive. Use Disk Management to create, format or leave unallocated if installing OS to it. 5Wow! I built a Windows 10 NAS using an old Intel motherboard with built-in RAID and 5 SATA ports. I used all 5 SATA ports for the RAID array and put Windows 10 on a USB3 flash drive to boot. As expected, the system booted and responded excruciatingly slowly, but it worked very well as a NAS. Then I decided that the system could do so much more (Core-i5, 16GB RAM), but Windows performance on the USB drive was just not acceptable. So I got one of these and paired it with a Trancend 64GB SSD Transcend 64GB SATA III 6Gb/s MTS800 80 mm M.2 Solid State Drive (TS64GMTS800) and the results were better than I expected! Using Reflect to clone the USB drive to the SSD, Windows 10 had no trouble recognizing the device, and the new system drive booted right up without a hitch. I couldn't be happier and the performance is astounding! So good in fact that I'm planning to fit this combination to a couple more systems. 5Crashes on any large data write. The adapter appears to shut down when idle too long. As long as I am using it, the adapter works great for my system drive but, every night, the adapter quits and my laptop goes to the BIOS and I have to cycle power to get the adapter to work again.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. 1Good idea, does not work. This product failed twice. Not sure if it is something I am doing but I followed all directions. I wanted to upgrade my Samsung ultrabook hard drive from a 128GB to a 256GB. I purchased with this a Samsung msata SSD 850 evo. There is Samsung cloning software that comes with their SSD drives with make the operation up upgrading easy. I thought this converter would work as it is suppose to support USB or a SATA connection. I placed my new 256GB mSATA chip into this converter, connected it via USB and nothing happens. Computer will not recognize the device. I also tried plugging into my desktop via a direct SATA connection with no luck. I have tried plugging this into three different computers all running Windows 7 with no luck. I have also tried two of these Syba converters and both fail. Since I know my mSATA from the laptop works I even tried to plug that into this dock and then connect via USB to my computer just to see if the new mSATA drive was bad. Same results, so I suspect the converter is wrong. I do not know if this is a USB power issue or Windows issue, but I will not buy again. 2Passable, very tight fit, pay attention to mounting location arrangements Passable overall. No consideration given to thermal performance.The black plastic is a hair out of spec (too thick like the mold is wearing out) and required sanding to fit in my laptop's drive carrier. The metal threaded sections are nice and strong though. If I do a lot of R/W, my M550 will overheat and generate errors... after I let it cool, problem goes away. I may try drilling some holes in the PCB for ventilation---this is because... well... look at the primary picture.... the mSATA drive mounts to the 'bottom' of this carrier which is away from the area where most rotating drives need ventilation... (e.g. it would probably work better for me, and others, if the drive mounted to the opposite side of the PCB as shown in the pictures) The product is true to the picture, and if your mSATA drive supports usb, the mini-usb connector is nice to have too.I won't be able to use this as I wanted, but I'll find something to do with it... even if I can't use it in my laptop, I'll keep it in my goodie-box... it'll come in handy. 3Can reduce mSATA temps, if used properly (read the review for details) First off, note that the 5th Star goes to Amazon Customer Service for rapid replacement w/out charging me. The defective one was sent back at no charge to me well on time.About the product, this is a unique situation, I purchased a Crucial M550 mSATA SSD for my Dell XPS 8700 that has an mSATA port. The SSD was fast, yet ran hotter than the other two combined when under load, surpassing the 70C mark, while the others ran in the upper 20's to low 30's. Though the Crucial team members said this is 'normal', I seen it as an ignorant statement. Speccy reports all of my system temps, even the GPU above it was running in the upper 20's, so was the CPU, as well as the MB, all within 2 inches of the mSATA SSD.It's simply not acceptable with the SSD is running at 3x the temps of the GPU or CPU, and surely not 'normal'.That's where this product came into play, it was first placed beneath the optical drive, as far away from the other components as possible. It made no difference. So I had a Rosewill 3.5" to 2.5" drive adapter with a small fan. Found a SATA to Molex adapter & was in business, the fan blows air on the Crucial M550 mSATA SSD installed in this SYBA adapter & now the temps are now in line with the other drives in the PC.The adapter, combined with the adapter with the fan, likely extended the Crucial M550 mSATA SSD by years. BTW, some with Samsung 840 EVO drives of the same type are saying the same, their temps are well above the CPU. Somewhere, there's a flaw with the mSATA design & hopefully the M.2 standard will fix this, I don't see the mSATA as a long term offering.At any rate, this adapter saved the day. 5It does what it does without any issue. I'm writing this review as a personal non-paid review. I bought this product for my own personal use.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. 4Exactly what I needed! The motherboard in my computer has, what I would consider, a few poor design choices when it comes to the interfaces used by the two available M.2 slots and what PCIe slots are disabled depending on what you have plugged in. Realistically, it's a problem that almost no one is going to run into and is only caused by my unconventional hardware setup. I call it "poor design" because further research indicates it wouldn't be an issue with every other similar spec'd motherboard I've looked at. My options were either buy a new motherboard, a non M.2 SSD, or find an adapter. Not only is the adapter the cheaper option, but it also gives me the ability to add a 2nd M.2 drive down the line.I have the option of using 2.5" SSDs, but I like to keep the amount of cables in my case as low as possible. That being said, there is some, at least on paper, degraded performance. In my configuration, this card is plugged into a PCIe 2.0x1 slot with a max throughput of 500 MB/s. If I were using 2.5" SSDs connected to my SATA III, I would be capped at 600 MB/s. I haven't actually benchmarked this, but I don't really notice a difference in speed vs. standard SATA SSDs. Furthermore, the SSD I have on this card is used almost exclusively to store video games, so it's just not that important. The only other thing I can think to mention is that you will lose a second or two when booting up your computer as the adapter boots its bios first to set the drive to be detected as SATA devices. 5Works well under Windows 7 I bought this in order to try and update the firmware on my Samsung 840 EVO mSATA drive. The adapter is simple, and it was easy to install the 840 in the mSATA socket and clip it down.I plugged it into the native SATA on my ASUS motherboard. The boot drive for that machine is a Samsung 840 EVO SATA. The mSATA was plugged into the same Intel disk controller as the SATA drive.Samsung Magician (latest version as of early April 2016) under Windows 7 Pro 64-bit detected the drive just fine, but claimed the firmware version was the latest. It correctly identified the firmware version, but he version on the website was newer by 2 revisions. I had used the same PC and Magician to update the firmware on the SATA drive. The firmware versions for the 840 EVO SATA and mSATA are unique - different version numbers.So I downloaded the ISO Linux-based updater, and attempted to update with it. It generated some kind of error, and exited.I contacted Samsung, described what I had done, and they blamed the Syba adapter, saying it had 'an incompatible controller'. I do not actually believe this, as there is no sign of any kind of disk controller chip (or any digital chip, for that matter) on the Syba board. It seems to be a form-factor adapter, with a couple of analog bits, and little else besides the mSATA socket.So, inconclusive. It works fine under Windows. I benchmarked it, and performance between the mSATAwith the Syba and the SATA were similar.But - Big Props to Samsung on their handling of the firmware issue. Someone answered the phone immediately (and they spoke perfect, native English), they understood all the technical information that I provided, and willingly set up an exchange. They sent me a pre-paid overnight label for UPS, and had the thing back (the original drive, actually, just updated properly) in three days. The E-Mail communication was top-notch. Samsung knocks it out of the park, warranty-wise, unlike Crucial. Crucial's tech support and warranty support is abysmal - worst I have seen in many years. I found this out due to a failure of an M4 drive that my Dad bought. Meanwhile, I have owned multiple Samsung SSDs, and zero problems. The firmware on the mSATA was an issue, but the manner in which they resolved the problem exceeded expectations. 3Solve a big problem, and did it perfectly This adapter solved a big problem for me, and did it perfectly. I bought a Dell Precision M3800 workstation which has only an mSATA drive slot. My goal was to have a 1TB drive in the computer and an external enclosure with another mSATA drive to serve as a backup -- I use Casper, which makes a bootable backup in case something happens to the first drive. I tried two different mSATA-to-USB3 enclosures (one by Kingwin, one by Sabrent) and neither would work with the USB3 ports of the workstation, although both worked fine with the USB2 port, which allowed me to clone the original drive to a Samsung 840EVO 1 TB mSATA. There must be some sort of firmware conflict between the mSATA enclosures and the USB3 driver here, but Dell was not able to figure it out immediately. Meanwhile, I had used a Patriot Gauntlet 3 2.5" enclosure to copy data files from my old HDD, and it worked perfectly and very fast. So I bought this Syba adapter, put the original mSATA drive in that, put the Syba in the Gauntlet, and everything worked perfectly with the USB3 ports -- the drive was recognized in 2 seconds, and speed was around 300 MB/s for larger files. Hopefully, eventually I can get a much smaller mSATA enclosure to work, but meanwhile, this works for my purpose.I can also commend Syba's tech support -- they answered several emails very rapidly and provided the information I requested. That is very unusual for a company making relatively inexpensive parts.The only minor criticism is that there is a microUSB connector on the Syba, but microUSB-to-USB3 is a very difficult cable to find. Syba suggested using the adapter alone for my purpose, attaching it to the computer by cable (which is not included), but I didn't want to leave the mSATA bare like that, and I wouldn't count on finding that cable in an emergency. So for the moment, I am happy using both the Syba adapter and the Gauntlet enclosure, although others might just use the Syba. I hope that Syba will make its own mSATA-to-USB3 enclosure, because their product seems to work well. 5
Syba SATA III to Dual mSATA SSD RAID Adapter - 3.5 Inch Mounting Try or PCI Slot Mount Able

Syba SATA III to Dual mSATA SSD RAID Adapter - 3.5 Inch Mounting Try or PCI Slot Mount Able

4.0
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€102,00
Sale price
€102,00
Regular price
€168,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€66,00)