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Thermaltake 3.5 External Muse Caddy A2319 S-ATA Silver Retail Packacing

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BrandThermaltake
Item Weight1.1 Kg
Product Dimensions26.8 x 24.6 x 7.6 cm
Item model numberA2319
  
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ASINB000OQJBNC
Best Sellers Rank 654,617 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.1 Kg
Date First Available8 Jun. 2007
  
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I've had several external drives and this one I picked up in the states. now I want another one but after googling I find they are hard to find in this part of the world. The time from Amazon of four to five weeks is a bit of a put off.
First this case looks really good, ok not really important but it's a plus. what is important is that as well as being able to connect to the usb bus of an old computer, it also has an e-sata connection and is bundled with a bracket which is easily connected to a free sata port on the motherboard. meaning it is as fast as if it was an internal harddrive and is seen by the bios as such. therefore it's possible to install windows on it and boot from it. Really important is how cool it stays. Mine has been running for days now and it is just slightly warm. Partly this is due to the solid alumimum case but something I've not seen on any other external drive is that the power supply switches from 12v to spin up to 5v to run, any other case i've seen uses 12v contantly. the only niggly bit is that while an external adapter is supplied. a power cable to connect the drive to the computers power supply is not supplied, even though the connection exists on the sata bracket. it looks like a ps2 (mouse) plug and if i can get hold of another old mouse (i have one) i might try joining them together.
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Having bought a Thermaltake tower I had high hopes for this product. My last enclosure had recently given up the ghost after a short period of use. I, therefore, decided to pay a bit extra for the Thermaltake name. Alas the design, whilst externally very attractive, fails on the inside when you try and fit your drive. The lack of space in the enclosure meant that as soon as I had attached the sata cable to the drive, as per installation instructions, and then placed the drive onto the fixing points, the cable attachment snapped on the internal circuit board of the enclosure as the two ends of the sata cable did not fit in the space provided. This meant that the drive was rendered useless and fit only for the bin before I had even had a chance to use it. I would definitely not reccommend this enclosure.
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