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Internal Hot Swap Enclosure


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Do you guys have any recommendations for an internal enclosure with hot swap?
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Icy Dock is a good brand.

http://www.newegg.co...eTabStoreType=0
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Awesome! I think I am going to grab this one:

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16817994062

What do you think? It seems pretty solid to me, the 3 year warranty is looking pretty good too.
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Yeah, that one looks real nice. Most have a tray you put the hard drive in and then slide the tray into the enclosure. This one is trayless. Nice. Notice the back of the enclosure takes a molex connector and not the regular sata power connector, but most power supplies have molex and sata power connectors so shouldn't be a big deal. There are adapters you can buy too.
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