5.25" SSD bay coverter for 2.5 SSDs

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They sent me the two I ordered but they sent the wrong ones just regular HDD 3.5 to SSD 2.5 bays. So they are sending the right ones to me instead
at least I got some extra SSD screws out of the Deal :p

With my current case setup I could only add one extra SSD but with these I could add a few more.

Unless I changed out the EVGA power cables but those are expensive as shit.
 

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Personally just wanted a bracket they should be here Monday. I figured it's cheap and it looks nice yet even though it's mainly enclosed.
 

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newegg has one that converts 6 SSD in 1 x 5.25 drive bay, w/ molex plug in to power all 6
 

Gronnie

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They sent me the two I ordered but they sent the wrong ones just regular HDD 3.5 to SSD 2.5 bays. So they are sending the right ones to me instead
at least I got some extra SSD screws out of the Deal :p

With my current case setup I could only add one extra SSD but with these I could add a few more.

Unless I changed out the EVGA power cables but those are expensive as shit.

In my media server I have a 4-in-3 adapter to go from 5.25 to 3.5 bays, and then a 3.5 to 2.5 adapter to put the two SSDs I run in the system, with 3 HDDs in the other 3 slots. Comes with a fan to keep everything cool and it works great.
 

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I got the plastic holders in like last week I thought they would just slide and snap it but it comes with screws so basically they can slide in on one side and you can screw one or both sides the old fashion way of mounting stuff in bays .Which isn't a big deal really still haven't mounted a SSD on them cause I have X3 of them in my regular HHD SSD bays. Just interested to see if these would work out without much hassle.
 

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Silverstone have a couple alternatives, at a quick glance they got one that takes 1 3.5" drive + 2 2.5" drives in one 5.25" bay. And another that takes 4 2.5" drives plus a slim optical drive
 
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