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    Housing your SSD

    I am currently using two of these:

    SYBA CL-HD-MRDU25S Mobile Rack for 2.5" SATA

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    to hold my 2 x Mushkin Callistos and 2 x 80GB Intels.

    I am just wondering what everyone else uses...........

    Does anyone see issues with using the mobile rack? Or a better question is, do you see an issue in terms of performance/connectivity using this rather than directly connecting power and data cables?
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    bad link for me.....

    I dont use anything. They mount just fine to my cages in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EarthDog View Post
    bad link for me.....

    I dont use anything. They mount just fine to my cages in the first place.

    you think it is better to have them directly connected to data/power cables than to a mobile rack?

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    I have a review to finish on a Syba product.

    Surprisingly not too shabby
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    My SSDs, along with my other 2.5" drives, are sitting under a small ESD bag, and then sitting on whatever available spot is open within the case. It's good enough as long as the boxes aren't mobile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adragontattoo View Post
    I have a review to finish on a Syba product.

    Surprisingly not too shabby
    Not sure how this relates to my question, but OK!! Hehe.

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    Could be a product that houses an SSD perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burner127 View Post
    you think it is better to have them directly connected to data/power cables than to a mobile rack?
    I dont think its better or worse. Its not that type of situation really. Its a preference as performance, depending on the the connection from teh rack to the system, would be the same.

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    I use this one from Silverstone. for $8 it works nicely.

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    Screw your SSD in. Even if its in a 3.5" or 5.25" bay, you can put two screws into one side which is MORE THAN ENOUGH to hold a small/light SSD.
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