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nuxe oil glitter SABRENT 2.5-inch SATA to USB 3.0 Tool-Free External Hard Drive Enclosure [Best for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] Black (EC-UASP) temperamental girl
nuxe oil glitter SABRENT 2.5-inch SATA to USB 3.0 Tool-Free External Hard Drive Enclosure [Best for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] Black (EC-UASP) temperamental girl
nuxe oil glitter SABRENT 2.5-inch SATA to USB 3.0 Tool-Free External Hard Drive Enclosure [Best for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] Black (EC-UASP) temperamental girl
nuxe oil glitter SABRENT 2.5-inch SATA to USB 3.0 Tool-Free External Hard Drive Enclosure [Best for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] Black (EC-UASP) temperamental girl
nuxe oil glitter SABRENT 2.5-inch SATA to USB 3.0 Tool-Free External Hard Drive Enclosure [Best for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] Black (EC-UASP) temperamental girl
nuxe oil glitter SABRENT 2.5-inch SATA to USB 3.0 Tool-Free External Hard Drive Enclosure [Best for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] Black (EC-UASP) temperamental girl

nuxe oil glitter SABRENT 2.5-inch SATA to USB 3.0 Tool-Free External Hard Drive Enclosure [Best for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] Black (EC-UASP) temperamental girl

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What is nuxe oil glitter SABRENT 2.5-inch SATA to USB 3.0 Tool-Free External Hard Drive Enclosure [Best for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] Black (EC-UASP) temperamental girl?
      Bought this after nuxe oil glitter my nuxe oil glitter motherboard crashed and had to buy a new laptop to replace the old one. Fortunately, the hard drive on the old nuxe oil glitter laptop was perfectly nuxe oil glitter fine so I pulled it out to retrieve my files. nuxe oil glitter This enclosure was easy nuxe oil glitter enough nuxe oil glitter to nuxe oil glitter use and very inexpensive. nuxe oil glitter Just nuxe oil glitter slide the lid off nuxe oil glitter and nuxe oil glitter push the HHD nuxe oil glitter into the nuxe oil glitter ports. The nuxe oil glitter lid sometimes nuxe oil glitter slides nuxe oil glitter off because there's nuxe oil glitter nothing really securing it in nuxe oil glitter place. I nuxe oil glitter would recommend that if it's going to be used heavily, and moved around a lot maybe go for nuxe oil glitter something nuxe oil glitter else nuxe oil glitter with a more secure nuxe oil glitter lid unless you rather nuxe oil glitter just pay less (which I did) and put a piece of tape on nuxe oil glitter it (I eventually did that as well, 2nd nuxe oil glitter picture shows the piece of nuxe oil glitter electrical tape I used) which keeps it in place.Tool free design, nuxe oil glitter easy to install,Transfer nuxe oil glitter Rates Up to 480 Mbps when nuxe oil glitter connected to a USB 2.0 nuxe oil glitter port,Transfer Rates Up to nuxe oil glitter 5 Gbps when connected nuxe oil glitter to a USB 3.0 port.I'm going to keep the nuxe oil glitter two nuxe oil glitter enclosures I nuxe oil glitter bought nuxe oil glitter since they are so nuxe oil glitter cheaphowever these nuxe oil glitter are *NOT* high nuxe oil glitter performance nuxe oil glitter enclosures as far as I cantell (having only one non USB3 enclosure to compare nuxe oil glitter it to.)I'm using a a nuxe oil glitter tool called hdparm and I'm going to show the "buffereddisk nuxe oil glitter reads" nuxe oil glitter since nuxe oil glitter "cached reads" are very nuxe oil glitter similar even with my M2drive which is obviously higher performance than all nuxe oil glitter others.Here is nuxe oil glitter the nuxe oil glitter performance of *this* nuxe oil glitter enclosure with the 1 TB samsungdrive when connected to nuxe oil glitter a non "SS" port.$ nuxe oil glitter sudo hdparm -Tt /dev/sdb1Timing buffered disk reads: 120 MB in 3.04 nuxe oil glitter seconds = 39.46 nuxe oil glitter MB/secConnected nuxe oil glitter to an nuxe oil glitter SS port, I get nuxe oil glitter very similar nuxe oil glitter performance (while nuxe oil glitter I hopedit nuxe oil glitter would nuxe oil glitter improve):$ sudo hdparm nuxe oil glitter -Tt /dev/sdb1Timing buffered disk nuxe oil glitter reads: nuxe oil glitter 120 MB in 3.04 seconds = 39.47 nuxe oil glitter MB/secThis nuxe oil glitter doesn't really *prove* that much. Maybe my non SS ports areactually SS ports. nuxe oil glitter Since nuxe oil glitter some peripherals work in the SS ports andothers nuxe oil glitter don't nuxe oil glitter (how lame) they have *some* difference so I do basicallytrust this result already nuxe oil glitter but nuxe oil glitter you should require nuxe oil glitter more proof.Let's nuxe oil glitter check out what happens when I use the bigger brother 4 TB SSDdrive which is now nuxe oil glitter connected directly nuxe oil glitter to the nuxe oil glitter motherboard using nuxe oil glitter theSATA port:$ sudo nuxe oil glitter hdparm -Tt nuxe oil glitter /dev/sdaTiming buffered disk reads: nuxe oil glitter 1596 MB in nuxe oil glitter 3.00 nuxe oil glitter seconds nuxe oil glitter = 531.82 MB/secThe buffered disk reads has nuxe oil glitter jumped from 39 MB/sec to 531 MB/sec. Thisis nuxe oil glitter more in line with what nuxe oil glitter I was hoping for. While 531 MB/sec isimpressive, an nuxe oil glitter SS nuxe oil glitter port is actually rated at 625 MB/sec so the drivecould in theory still be nuxe oil glitter supported nuxe oil glitter at full nuxe oil glitter speed with nuxe oil glitter an SS port andthus in theory it's nuxe oil glitter little brother drives could also work that fastwith a kick ass enclosure.Before I nuxe oil glitter deliver nuxe oil glitter the death blow, here is what my 512MB "M2" main driveplugged into nuxe oil glitter the motherboard delivers:$ sudo hdparm -Tt /dev/nvme0n1p1Timing buffered disk reads: 512 MB nuxe oil glitter in 0.42 seconds = 1228.80 nuxe oil glitter MB/secThis is clearly why nuxe oil glitter if you nuxe oil glitter have nuxe oil glitter a choice, you really nuxe oil glitter want a really big"M2" style nuxe oil glitter drive. nuxe oil glitter BTW, M2 style drives differ in nuxe oil glitter length nuxe oil glitter -- I had toreturn one 2 years nuxe oil glitter ago because it was too long to fit in my tiny assmotherboard because I opted for a small system (a mistake).**But here nuxe oil glitter is the death blow.**I have a *non* SS enclosure I bought a few years ago nuxe oil glitter so let'sbenchmark that (it doesn't work nuxe oil glitter in my SS usb ports so only onenumber):$ sudo hdparm -Tt /dev/sdb1Timing buffered disk reads: nuxe oil glitter 104 MB in 3.01 seconds = 34.52 nuxe oil glitter MB/secMy conclusion is that the "SABRENT nuxe oil glitter 2.5-Inch nuxe oil glitter SATA to USB nuxe oil glitter 3.0" enclosurebeing nuxe oil glitter reviewed by me is only better than by old USB 2 one by 15%though they do work in any nuxe oil glitter USB port I hook it up to.The good:* It appears to work reliably nuxe oil glitter in any USB port including SS ports* My model of SSD fit nuxe oil glitter perfectly and nothing nuxe oil glitter will wiggle once installed* Backing nuxe oil glitter up 500 GB will take about 2 nuxe oil glitter hours - nuxe oil glitter not great nuxe oil glitter but nuxe oil glitter OK forincremental backup with something like time-machine, etc.* The transparent case option nuxe oil glitter is nuxe oil glitter very, very nice. I nuxe oil glitter can now see what'sinside without nuxe oil glitter taking anything apart. The nuxe oil glitter flashing red LEDs (thereis a always nuxe oil glitter on blue nuxe oil glitter LED too) could be annoying to some nuxe oil glitter but OK nuxe oil glitter forme. ((Just finished nuxe oil glitter my copy and unmounted, the nuxe oil glitter red nuxe oil glitter LED turned offthough the blue LED is nuxe oil glitter still on. This is nuxe oil glitter good.))* My slower enclosure was nuxe oil glitter actually a mesh material. nuxe oil glitter After a 2 hourbackup, while nuxe oil glitter there was a nuxe oil glitter slight nuxe oil glitter hotspot, if you're using with anSSD and not a rotational nuxe oil glitter disk, nuxe oil glitter I don't think you'll have a problemat all.* nuxe oil glitter The cost nuxe oil glitter of $10 is very nuxe oil glitter reasonable. I probably will not return forprecisely this reason.The Bad:* nuxe oil glitter This nuxe oil glitter enclosure seems nuxe oil glitter to perform only incrementally nuxe oil glitter better nuxe oil glitter than a 2year old enclosure rated for USB 2 no matter if hooked into nuxe oil glitter an SS ornon SS USB nuxe oil glitter port.* While it's not hard to slip *in* the SSD drive, it's a bit nuxe oil glitter hard nuxe oil glitter toremove nuxe oil glitter a drive once inserted (though certainly not impossible toremove -- I've already done so at least twice). Had they nuxe oil glitter simply leftthe "bottom" open (the nuxe oil glitter part with the electronics) it would be reallyeasy to slide in and out using thumb friction. nuxe oil glitter Then nuxe oil glitter slipping on thetop would have secured everything in just the nuxe oil glitter same manner with nuxe oil glitter nogaps nuxe oil glitter for nuxe oil glitter dust or nuxe oil glitter anything provided nuxe oil glitter the "top" went all nuxe oil glitter the nuxe oil glitter way downon the back. It's a nuxe oil glitter very trivial change. I'm not an expert nuxe oil glitter oninjected nuxe oil glitter molded nuxe oil glitter plastic nuxe oil glitter but for crying out loud this can't reallycost that nuxe oil glitter more and five minutes of user testing nuxe oil glitter should havediscovered exactly this.* Although the correct cable is supplied, the USB nuxe oil glitter Micro-B connector nuxe oil glitter onthe drive side nuxe oil glitter is very weird (outside of the external hard nuxe oil glitter driveworld - perhaps par for the course nuxe oil glitter - two nuxe oil glitter Seagate external drives nuxe oil glitter Ihave use this nuxe oil glitter same stupid connector). The mesh nuxe oil glitter USB nuxe oil glitter SATA enclosurehad nuxe oil glitter an almost equally hated Mini USB nuxe oil glitter cable though I actually had nuxe oil glitter afew of those because nuxe oil glitter I hoard cables and cell phones and Palm pilotsused this nuxe oil glitter briefly nuxe oil glitter in like 2008.Hot-swappable, nuxe oil glitter plug and play, no drivers nuxe oil glitter neededI have at least 5 nuxe oil glitter of nuxe oil glitter these, with nuxe oil glitter SSDs and laptop hard drives in them.The great thing is if nuxe oil glitter you nuxe oil glitter want to upgrade the drive with a larger one, nuxe oil glitter you just buy the nuxe oil glitter larger SSD nuxe oil glitter or laptop drive and nuxe oil glitter swap nuxe oil glitter them out.The top slides off easily with nuxe oil glitter some pressure when you want to nuxe oil glitter open it, but feels like it nuxe oil glitter is screwed shut when you don't nuxe oil glitter want it nuxe oil glitter to open. nuxe oil glitter So the case is nuxe oil glitter sturdy and nuxe oil glitter secure.I am a computer tech nuxe oil glitter and nuxe oil glitter use these almost daily. I highly recommend them.Suitable for 2.5 SATA/SSD; Supports nuxe oil glitter Standard Notebook 2.5 nuxe oil glitter SATA nuxe oil glitter and SATA II nuxe oil glitter Hard drivesThis external USB hard drive enclosure was exactly what I needed to repurpose a good hard nuxe oil glitter drive from nuxe oil glitter an obsolete laptop nuxe oil glitter and attach it nuxe oil glitter to a new laptop as a backup nuxe oil glitter source! The nuxe oil glitter only issue I came nuxe oil glitter across was getting the drive inside the enclosure. There was a nuxe oil glitter small piece of foam I had to pull out first. nuxe oil glitter Once the drive was installed I squeezed the piece of foam back in so nuxe oil glitter the drive would not come disconnected nuxe oil glitter from nuxe oil glitter the SATA connector.I have a nuxe oil glitter new Raspberry Pi 4 (RPi4) that nuxe oil glitter is nuxe oil glitter running the latest nuxe oil glitter release of Raspbian nuxe oil glitter Buster, which has the newer, faster UAS driver/kernel module. I nuxe oil glitter purchased the Sabrent, M/N: EC-UASP, USB 3.0 nuxe oil glitter to nuxe oil glitter SATA enclosure and a nuxe oil glitter new nuxe oil glitter ADATA nuxe oil glitter SU800 512 nuxe oil glitter GB SSD nuxe oil glitter to go nuxe oil glitter in it and nuxe oil glitter to house nuxe oil glitter the Linux ext4 filesystems for use with my nuxe oil glitter RPi4. I had nothing but trouble with very nuxe oil glitter IO-bound, slow behavior with my RPi4 nuxe oil glitter from the minute I nuxe oil glitter hooked up that SSD in nuxe oil glitter the Sabrent enclosure. I nuxe oil glitter couldn't even nuxe oil glitter get through writing nuxe oil glitter a partition table to the SSD nuxe oil glitter with nuxe oil glitter gdisk or gparted without the app hanging completely or other apps nuxe oil glitter slowing way down nuxe oil glitter and acting frozen for minutes. I tried the nuxe oil glitter new nuxe oil glitter Sabrent SSD with nuxe oil glitter an nuxe oil glitter older CentOS 6 Linux computer that nuxe oil glitter uses the older mass storage nuxe oil glitter driver/kernel module and had no nuxe oil glitter troubles nuxe oil glitter laying in a partition table nuxe oil glitter and formatting those nuxe oil glitter partitions on the SSD as ext4. Then nuxe oil glitter I nuxe oil glitter configured Raspbian Buster to boot up pointing to the SSD for its root filesystem and things hung nuxe oil glitter at the four red raspberries, in the early Rapbian boot sequence. I deleted the splash and quite directives from /boot/cmdline.txt. THEN nuxe oil glitter I saw all the errors that were scrolling nuxe oil glitter for the nuxe oil glitter UAS driver calling nuxe oil glitter the uas_eh_abort_handler and logging usb nuxe oil glitter 2-1:reset nuxe oil glitter SuperSpeed nuxe oil glitter Gen 1 nuxe oil glitter USB nuxe oil glitter Device Number events repetitively. I googled the usb ... reset SuperSpeed error and got nuxe oil glitter a nuxe oil glitter hit for an article on nuxe oil glitter the raspberrypi_dot_org forums nuxe oil glitter that advised that I blacklist the nuxe oil glitter Sabrent VendorId and ModelId combo for the UAS driver with a USB nuxe oil glitter quirkiness prefix in the /boot/cmdline.txt file on my RPi4. That quiesced all the chatter about the UAS driver and the io-bound behavior too. However it means that I am nuxe oil glitter using the nuxe oil glitter mass storage driver, which nuxe oil glitter is much older and slower and nuxe oil glitter does not nuxe oil glitter fully take advantage of my nuxe oil glitter USB nuxe oil glitter 3.0 SSD the way that the UAS driver would. That nuxe oil glitter referenced article on the RPi foundation's forums nuxe oil glitter advised that some vendors' nuxe oil glitter don't fully implement the UAS specification and that this can cause the controllers nuxe oil glitter in nuxe oil glitter those device to ignore nuxe oil glitter some nuxe oil glitter UAS commands and cause resets. They even specifically nuxe oil glitter gave example capture from another Sabrent USB nuxe oil glitter 3.0 nuxe oil glitter SATA adapter triggering resets, etc. I am not happy nuxe oil glitter to learn this and am hoping that nuxe oil glitter Sabrent will read this and reach out with a replacement nuxe oil glitter enclosure or nuxe oil glitter a firmware upgrade or nuxe oil glitter other patch so that I nuxe oil glitter can fully take advantage of the USB 3.0 to nuxe oil glitter SATA adapter that I purchased from them, in concert nuxe oil glitter with the UAS driver on my RPi nuxe oil glitter 4.UpdateI opened a support case Sabrent on the troubles reported in this review on 20 July 2019 for Sabrent EC-UASP drive. I was nuxe oil glitter told by a nuxe oil glitter Sabrent Support Specialist nuxe oil glitter named Anna, nuxe oil glitter that nuxe oil glitter she would forward my trouble report to the Sabrent lab. I followed up with nuxe oil glitter Anna on nuxe oil glitter 2 and 19 August 2019 and was informed that Anna nuxe oil glitter had not heard nuxe oil glitter back from lab nuxe oil glitter yet, nuxe oil glitter on both nuxe oil glitter occasions. Then I gave nuxe oil glitter this trouble nuxe oil glitter some time to nuxe oil glitter work its way through the system. I checked my email today, on 18 Dec 2019 and found no further nuxe oil glitter updates nuxe oil glitter from nuxe oil glitter Anna, or from anyone else nuxe oil glitter with Sabrent support. Then nuxe oil glitter I logged into my account on Sabrent.com and found that there nuxe oil glitter were no longer any support cases nuxe oil glitter associated with my account. Where did nuxe oil glitter the nuxe oil glitter Sabrent support case that I opened for this trouble on 20 nuxe oil glitter July nuxe oil glitter 2019 go Why didn't I ever receive any updates after being nuxe oil glitter told that Anna, from nuxe oil glitter Sabrent, had nuxe oil glitter no news back nuxe oil glitter from the lab Why nuxe oil glitter did this drive claim to offer UASP nuxe oil glitter support. I am still nuxe oil glitter giving the enclosure 2 stars, because I was nuxe oil glitter able to get nuxe oil glitter it nuxe oil glitter to work, but nuxe oil glitter more slowly than it nuxe oil glitter should by blacklisting this drive for use nuxe oil glitter with nuxe oil glitter the nuxe oil glitter Raspbian UAS driver, nuxe oil glitter so nuxe oil glitter that nuxe oil glitter it nuxe oil glitter would nuxe oil glitter use the nuxe oil glitter mass storage driver, but I nuxe oil glitter am nuxe oil glitter not happy about nuxe oil glitter buying a drive enclosure that says it offers the desirable, and much faster nuxe oil glitter UASP nuxe oil glitter support and then nuxe oil glitter finding out that the nuxe oil glitter offered UASP support won't work. I am even less nuxe oil glitter happy about being given the nuxe oil glitter run-around by nuxe oil glitter Sabrent nuxe oil glitter support. Now I nuxe oil glitter don't know what enclosure to nuxe oil glitter try nuxe oil glitter to use nuxe oil glitter to get nuxe oil glitter that working and am most disappointed that Sabrent Support seems to nuxe oil glitter have swept this all under the rug, nuxe oil glitter so to speak.Update 2 - 15 Mar 2020No nuxe oil glitter word nuxe oil glitter back from Sabrent, on my support case was fielded, other than we nuxe oil glitter haven't tested that yet, then nuxe oil glitter silence.I found a nuxe oil glitter blog about this, shall we say nuxe oil glitter 'famous' in the Raspberry Pi nuxe oil glitter 4 community, Sabrent UASP, USB 3.0 to SATA III - EC-UASP enclosure. on a Raspberry nuxe oil glitter Pi forum and included a link to it nuxe oil glitter in my support ticket with nuxe oil glitter Sabrent. I recently checked back and read through nuxe oil glitter all of the responses to that blog. nuxe oil glitter It turns out that nuxe oil glitter one kind soul, nuxe oil glitter who shops on Amazon's Australian site nuxe oil glitter purchased a UGREEN UASP compatible USB nuxe oil glitter 3.0 to SATA nuxe oil glitter III drive nuxe oil glitter enclosure that really nuxe oil glitter does seem to nuxe oil glitter work with the Raspberry Pi nuxe oil glitter 4 nuxe oil glitter - using the nuxe oil glitter Raspbian Buster nuxe oil glitter uas nuxe oil glitter driver. Restated, I nuxe oil glitter purchased a UGreen M/N 30848 enclosure through the US amazon.com site and personally tested nuxe oil glitter it. I did not have to blacklist - by adding the nuxe oil glitter idVendor + nuxe oil glitter idProduct strings in Quirky listing at the nuxe oil glitter beginning of nuxe oil glitter the single line of nuxe oil glitter directives in the /boot/cmdline.txt file on my RPi4 nuxe oil glitter to get the UGreen enclosure to work with my pi in full, uas mode. nuxe oil glitter FWIW, dmesg output on my RPi4 seems to ID nuxe oil glitter the idVendor=174c and the nuxe oil glitter idProduct nuxe oil glitter a=55aa, for nuxe oil glitter my new nuxe oil glitter Ugreen enclosure. I cross-referenced nuxe oil glitter the Amazon listed Item Model Number 30848 from nuxe oil glitter the amazon.au nuxe oil glitter listing recommended by the kind RPi4 issues blog commenter. I was able to nuxe oil glitter find and order one, nuxe oil glitter Ugreen nuxe oil glitter M/N 30848 enclosure, nuxe oil glitter for $10.99, vs. $8.99 for nuxe oil glitter the Sabrent nuxe oil glitter enclosure that was the source of so much immediate and nuxe oil glitter persistent noise on the bus in my nuxe oil glitter RPi4. I do nuxe oil glitter not recommend Sabrent technical nuxe oil glitter support to anyone. If nuxe oil glitter you are planning on using an nuxe oil glitter SSD, or other external hard disk drive nuxe oil glitter with nuxe oil glitter your RPi4, in an external USB 3.0 to SATA III drive enclosure nuxe oil glitter that claims to be UASP compliant, make the Ugreen M/N 30848. Disclosures: 1) nuxe oil glitter I own and have been testing with the original nuxe oil glitter rev nuxe oil glitter of the nuxe oil glitter RPi4 not the rev. 1.2 of the RPi4. 2) I purchased the Canakit RPi4 bundle and have been using the USB C power adapter nuxe oil glitter that come from Canakit nuxe oil glitter with nuxe oil glitter my nuxe oil glitter RPi4. 3) nuxe oil glitter I have made no USB-C-power-related mods to my RPi4 board. 4) I have been nuxe oil glitter using nuxe oil glitter the same nuxe oil glitter ADATA SU800 512GB nuxe oil glitter 3D-NAND 2.5 Inch nuxe oil glitter SATA nuxe oil glitter III 2.5" for the entire 7 months with my RPi4 and nuxe oil glitter with both the Sabrent and Ugreen enclosures. 5) You may, or may not, experience completely different nuxe oil glitter mileage with the Sabrent EC-UASP enclosure IF nuxe oil glitter you use nuxe oil glitter that drive enclosure to nuxe oil glitter connect the same nuxe oil glitter SSD nuxe oil glitter up to any different host, nuxe oil glitter with an external USB 3.0 port, nuxe oil glitter than the RPi4 first/original revision, e.g. nuxe oil glitter vs. the newer nuxe oil glitter RPi4 rev 1.2 or some other computer/host. 5) Sabrent did nuxe oil glitter advise that I try return the Sabrent enclosure that I had troubles nuxe oil glitter with. I wanted them to fix nuxe oil glitter their product or issue nuxe oil glitter a nuxe oil glitter firmware update. nuxe oil glitter However nuxe oil glitter they did lead me to believe nuxe oil glitter that they were going to nuxe oil glitter try to reproduce my nuxe oil glitter troubles in their nuxe oil glitter lab and nuxe oil glitter then went radio silent for months on nuxe oil glitter end. nuxe oil glitter That was after I nuxe oil glitter followed up on my support nuxe oil glitter case at least two or three times and they kept saying that they had nuxe oil glitter not begun nuxe oil glitter to try to reproduce nuxe oil glitter my troubles in their nuxe oil glitter lab, yet. 6) After all the nuxe oil glitter fuss about UASP compliance, an hdparm -t /dev/sda1 test nuxe oil glitter yields nuxe oil glitter not quite nuxe oil glitter a 10% increase in reported speed nuxe oil glitter using nuxe oil glitter the nuxe oil glitter Ugreen enclosure vs. the Sabrent enclosure. I was new to UASP-compatible enclosures and had no idea what to expect. My test results were: 304-308 MB/sec with Sabrent EC-UASP enclosure and nuxe oil glitter blacklisted uas driver vs. nuxe oil glitter 334-339 MB/sec with the nuxe oil glitter UGreen nuxe oil glitter M/N: 30848 enclosre and and no nuxe oil glitter blacklisting of the nuxe oil glitter uas driver + no constant annoying bus resets nuxe oil glitter without my new UASP nuxe oil glitter compliant enclosure nuxe oil glitter being blacklisted for use with the default nuxe oil glitter Raspbian Buster uas nuxe oil glitter driver.Operating nuxe oil glitter System: nuxe oil glitter Supported Operating Systems: Mac,Windows;Supported Windows Versions: Windows nuxe oil glitter 7, nuxe oil glitter Windows 8, nuxe oil glitter Windows Vista, nuxe oil glitter Windows XP; Supported Mac nuxe oil glitter Versions: nuxe oil glitter Mac OS X and HigherOptimized for nuxe oil glitter SSD, Supports UASP SATA III,Backwards-Compatible with USB nuxe oil glitter 2.0 or 1.1
      SABRENT 2.5-Inch SATA to USB 3.0 Tool-Free External Hard Drive Enclosure [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] Black (EC-UASP)Tool free design, easy to install,Transfer nuxe oil glitter Rates Up to nuxe oil glitter 480 Mbps when connected to a USB 2.0 port,Transfer Rates Up to 5 Gbps nuxe oil glitter when connected to nuxe oil glitter a USB 3.0 port.Suitable for 2.5 SATA/SSD; Supports nuxe oil glitter Standard Notebook 2.5 SATA and SATA II nuxe oil glitter Hard nuxe oil glitter drivesOptimized nuxe oil glitter for SSD, Supports UASP SATA III,Backwards-Compatible nuxe oil glitter with USB 2.0 or nuxe oil glitter 1.1Hot-swappable, plug and nuxe oil glitter play, no drivers neededOperating System: Supported Operating Systems: Mac,Windows;Supported Windows nuxe oil glitter Versions: Windows 7, Windows 8, nuxe oil glitter Windows nuxe oil glitter Vista, nuxe oil glitter Windows nuxe oil glitter XP; nuxe oil glitter Supported nuxe oil glitter Mac Versions: Mac OS X and Higher

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      1: I'm going to keep the two enclosures I bought since they are so cheaphowever these are *NOT* high performance enclosures as far as I cantell (having only one non USB3 enclosure to compare it to.)I'm using a a tool called hdparm and I'm going to show the "buffereddisk reads" since "cached reads" are very similar even with my M2drive which is obviously higher performance than all others.Here is the performance of *this* enclosure with the 1 TB samsungdrive when connected to a non "SS" port.$ sudo hdparm -Tt /dev/sdb1Timing buffered disk reads: 120 MB in 3.04 seconds = 39.46 MB/secConnected to an SS port, I get very similar performance (while I hopedit would improve):$ sudo hdparm -Tt /dev/sdb1Timing buffered disk reads: 120 MB in 3.04 seconds = 39.47 MB/secThis doesn't really *prove* that much. Maybe my non SS ports areactually SS ports. Since some peripherals work in the SS ports andothers don't (how lame) they have *some* difference so I do basicallytrust this result already but you should require more proof.Let's check out what happens when I use the bigger brother 4 TB SSDdrive which is now connected directly to the motherboard using theSATA port:$ sudo hdparm -Tt /dev/sdaTiming buffered disk reads: 1596 MB in 3.00 seconds = 531.82 MB/secThe buffered disk reads has jumped from 39 MB/sec to 531 MB/sec. Thisis more in line with what I was hoping for. While 531 MB/sec isimpressive, an SS port is actually rated at 625 MB/sec so the drivecould in theory still be supported at full speed with an SS port andthus in theory it's little brother drives could also work that fastwith a kick ass enclosure.Before I deliver the death blow, here is what my 512MB "M2" main driveplugged into the motherboard delivers:$ sudo hdparm -Tt /dev/nvme0n1p1Timing buffered disk reads: 512 MB in 0.42 seconds = 1228.80 MB/secThis is clearly why if you have a choice, you really want a really big"M2" style drive. BTW, M2 style drives differ in length -- I had toreturn one 2 years ago because it was too long to fit in my tiny assmotherboard because I opted for a small system (a mistake).**But here is the death blow.**I have a *non* SS enclosure I bought a few years ago so let'sbenchmark that (it doesn't work in my SS usb ports so only onenumber):$ sudo hdparm -Tt /dev/sdb1Timing buffered disk reads: 104 MB in 3.01 seconds = 34.52 MB/secMy conclusion is that the "SABRENT 2.5-Inch SATA to USB 3.0" enclosurebeing reviewed by me is only better than by old USB 2 one by 15%though they do work in any USB port I hook it up to.The good:* It appears to work reliably in any USB port including SS ports* My model of SSD fit perfectly and nothing will wiggle once installed* Backing up 500 GB will take about 2 hours - not great but OK forincremental backup with something like time-machine, etc.* The transparent case option is very, very nice. I can now see what'sinside without taking anything apart. The flashing red LEDs (thereis a always on blue LED too) could be annoying to some but OK forme. ((Just finished my copy and unmounted, the red LED turned offthough the blue LED is still on. This is good.))* My slower enclosure was actually a mesh material. After a 2 hourbackup, while there was a slight hotspot, if you're using with anSSD and not a rotational disk, I don't think you'll have a problemat all.* The cost of $10 is very reasonable. I probably will not return forprecisely this reason.The Bad:* This enclosure seems to perform only incrementally better than a 2year old enclosure rated for USB 2 no matter if hooked into an SS ornon SS USB port.* While it's not hard to slip *in* the SSD drive, it's a bit hard toremove a drive once inserted (though certainly not impossible toremove -- I've already done so at least twice). Had they simply leftthe "bottom" open (the part with the electronics) it would be reallyeasy to slide in and out using thumb friction. Then slipping on thetop would have secured everything in just the same manner with nogaps for dust or anything provided the "top" went all the way downon the back. It's a very trivial change. I'm not an expert oninjected molded plastic but for crying out loud this can't reallycost that more and five minutes of user testing should havediscovered exactly this.* Although the correct cable is supplied, the USB Micro-B connector onthe drive side is very weird (outside of the external hard driveworld - perhaps par for the course - two Seagate external drives Ihave use this same stupid connector). The mesh USB SATA enclosurehad an almost equally hated Mini USB cable though I actually had afew of those because I hoard cables and cell phones and Palm pilotsused this briefly in like 2008.
      2: I have a new Raspberry Pi 4 (RPi4) that is running the latest release of Raspbian Buster, which has the newer, faster UAS driver/kernel module. I purchased the Sabrent, M/N: EC-UASP, USB 3.0 to SATA enclosure and a new ADATA SU800 512 GB SSD to go in it and to house the Linux ext4 filesystems for use with my RPi4. I had nothing but trouble with very IO-bound, slow behavior with my RPi4 from the minute I hooked up that SSD in the Sabrent enclosure. I couldn't even get through writing a partition table to the SSD with gdisk or gparted without the app hanging completely or other apps slowing way down and acting frozen for minutes. I tried the new Sabrent SSD with an older CentOS 6 Linux computer that uses the older mass storage driver/kernel module and had no troubles laying in a partition table and formatting those partitions on the SSD as ext4. Then I configured Raspbian Buster to boot up pointing to the SSD for its root filesystem and things hung at the four red raspberries, in the early Rapbian boot sequence. I deleted the splash and quite directives from /boot/cmdline.txt. THEN I saw all the errors that were scrolling for the UAS driver calling the uas_eh_abort_handler and logging usb 2-1:reset SuperSpeed Gen 1 USB Device Number events repetitively. I googled the usb ... reset SuperSpeed error and got a hit for an article on the raspberrypi_dot_org forums that advised that I blacklist the Sabrent VendorId and ModelId combo for the UAS driver with a USB quirkiness prefix in the /boot/cmdline.txt file on my RPi4. That quiesced all the chatter about the UAS driver and the io-bound behavior too. However it means that I am using the mass storage driver, which is much older and slower and does not fully take advantage of my USB 3.0 SSD the way that the UAS driver would. That referenced article on the RPi foundation's forums advised that some vendors' don't fully implement the UAS specification and that this can cause the controllers in those device to ignore some UAS commands and cause resets. They even specifically gave example capture from another Sabrent USB 3.0 SATA adapter triggering resets, etc. I am not happy to learn this and am hoping that Sabrent will read this and reach out with a replacement enclosure or a firmware upgrade or other patch so that I can fully take advantage of the USB 3.0 to SATA adapter that I purchased from them, in concert with the UAS driver on my RPi 4.UpdateI opened a support case Sabrent on the troubles reported in this review on 20 July 2019 for Sabrent EC-UASP drive. I was told by a Sabrent Support Specialist named Anna, that she would forward my trouble report to the Sabrent lab. I followed up with Anna on 2 and 19 August 2019 and was informed that Anna had not heard back from lab yet, on both occasions. Then I gave this trouble some time to work its way through the system. I checked my email today, on 18 Dec 2019 and found no further updates from Anna, or from anyone else with Sabrent support. Then I logged into my account on Sabrent.com and found that there were no longer any support cases associated with my account. Where did the Sabrent support case that I opened for this trouble on 20 July 2019 go Why didn't I ever receive any updates after being told that Anna, from Sabrent, had no news back from the lab Why did this drive claim to offer UASP support. I am still giving the enclosure 2 stars, because I was able to get it to work, but more slowly than it should by blacklisting this drive for use with the Raspbian UAS driver, so that it would use the mass storage driver, but I am not happy about buying a drive enclosure that says it offers the desirable, and much faster UASP support and then finding out that the offered UASP support won't work. I am even less happy about being given the run-around by Sabrent support. Now I don't know what enclosure to try to use to get that working and am most disappointed that Sabrent Support seems to have swept this all under the rug, so to speak.Update 2 - 15 Mar 2020No word back from Sabrent, on my support case was fielded, other than we haven't tested that yet, then silence.I found a blog about this, shall we say 'famous' in the Raspberry Pi 4 community, Sabrent UASP, USB 3.0 to SATA III - EC-UASP enclosure. on a Raspberry Pi forum and included a link to it in my support ticket with Sabrent. I recently checked back and read through all of the responses to that blog. It turns out that one kind soul, who shops on Amazon's Australian site purchased a UGREEN UASP compatible USB 3.0 to SATA III drive enclosure that really does seem to work with the Raspberry Pi 4 - using the Raspbian Buster uas driver. Restated, I purchased a UGreen M/N 30848 enclosure through the US amazon.com site and personally tested it. I did not have to blacklist - by adding the idVendor + idProduct strings in Quirky listing at the beginning of the single line of directives in the /boot/cmdline.txt file on my RPi4 to get the UGreen enclosure to work with my pi in full, uas mode. FWIW, dmesg output on my RPi4 seems to ID the idVendor=174c and the idProduct a=55aa, for my new Ugreen enclosure. I cross-referenced the Amazon listed Item Model Number 30848 from the amazon.au listing recommended by the kind RPi4 issues blog commenter. I was able to find and order one, Ugreen M/N 30848 enclosure, for $10.99, vs. $8.99 for the Sabrent enclosure that was the source of so much immediate and persistent noise on the bus in my RPi4. I do not recommend Sabrent technical support to anyone. If you are planning on using an SSD, or other external hard disk drive with your RPi4, in an external USB 3.0 to SATA III drive enclosure that claims to be UASP compliant, make the Ugreen M/N 30848. Disclosures: 1) I own and have been testing with the original rev of the RPi4 not the rev. 1.2 of the RPi4. 2) I purchased the Canakit RPi4 bundle and have been using the USB C power adapter that come from Canakit with my RPi4. 3) I have made no USB-C-power-related mods to my RPi4 board. 4) I have been using the same ADATA SU800 512GB 3D-NAND 2.5 Inch SATA III 2.5" for the entire 7 months with my RPi4 and with both the Sabrent and Ugreen enclosures. 5) You may, or may not, experience completely different mileage with the Sabrent EC-UASP enclosure IF you use that drive enclosure to connect the same SSD up to any different host, with an external USB 3.0 port, than the RPi4 first/original revision, e.g. vs. the newer RPi4 rev 1.2 or some other computer/host. 5) Sabrent did advise that I try return the Sabrent enclosure that I had troubles with. I wanted them to fix their product or issue a firmware update. However they did lead me to believe that they were going to try to reproduce my troubles in their lab and then went radio silent for months on end. That was after I followed up on my support case at least two or three times and they kept saying that they had not begun to try to reproduce my troubles in their lab, yet. 6) After all the fuss about UASP compliance, an hdparm -t /dev/sda1 test yields not quite a 10% increase in reported speed using the Ugreen enclosure vs. the Sabrent enclosure. I was new to UASP-compatible enclosures and had no idea what to expect. My test results were: 304-308 MB/sec with Sabrent EC-UASP enclosure and blacklisted uas driver vs. 334-339 MB/sec with the UGreen M/N: 30848 enclosre and and no blacklisting of the uas driver + no constant annoying bus resets without my new UASP compliant enclosure being blacklisted for use with the default Raspbian Buster uas driver.
      3: I have at least 5 of these, with SSDs and laptop hard drives in them.The great thing is if you want to upgrade the drive with a larger one, you just buy the larger SSD or laptop drive and swap them out.The top slides off easily with some pressure when you want to open it, but feels like it is screwed shut when you don't want it to open. So the case is sturdy and secure.I am a computer tech and use these almost daily. I highly recommend them.
      4: Bought this after my motherboard crashed and had to buy a new laptop to replace the old one. Fortunately, the hard drive on the old laptop was perfectly fine so I pulled it out to retrieve my files. This enclosure was easy enough to use and very inexpensive. Just slide the lid off and push the HHD into the ports. The lid sometimes slides off because there's nothing really securing it in place. I would recommend that if it's going to be used heavily, and moved around a lot maybe go for something else with a more secure lid unless you rather just pay less (which I did) and put a piece of tape on it (I eventually did that as well, 2nd picture shows the piece of electrical tape I used) which keeps it in place.
      5: This external USB hard drive enclosure was exactly what I needed to repurpose a good hard drive from an obsolete laptop and attach it to a new laptop as a backup source! The only issue I came across was getting the drive inside the enclosure. There was a small piece of foam I had to pull out first. Once the drive was installed I squeezed the piece of foam back in so the drive would not come disconnected from the SATA connector.

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00