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# 143313 10-Apr-2014 11:26
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I have a couple of 2.5" SSD and would like to use with my 3.5" bays. Does anyone know where I can find a 2.5 to 3.5 adapter (not cables, but a case to fit the 2.5 drives into 3.5 bays).






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  # 1022709 10-Apr-2014 11:29
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  # 1022712 10-Apr-2014 11:34
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I've only ever seen steel mounting adapters.

Intel and Kingston with some SSD packaging ship a 'plate' which the SSD can be screwed onto and this plate mounts like a 3.5" HDD.




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  # 1022721 10-Apr-2014 11:47
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Scythe Twin Mounter 2.5 Rev.C, 2.5 to 3.5inch Adapter

Scythe's Twin Mounter 2.5 allows installation of up to two 2.5" SSD/HDD units in one 3.5" bay which is a great way to save space in a traditional PC case.

http://quietpc.co.nz/twin-mounter-25




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freitasm: Sure does, thanks. Any idea if there's a plastic version? If not I will walk to PB Tech and get these.




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  # 1022786 10-Apr-2014 12:37
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By 'walk' he could mean taking a stroll on a Segway.  :)




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Sideface: Scythe Twin Mounter 2.5 Rev.C, 2.5 to 3.5inch Adapter

Scythe's Twin Mounter 2.5 allows installation of up to two 2.5" SSD/HDD units in one 3.5" bay which is a great way to save space in a traditional PC case.

http://quietpc.co.nz/twin-mounter-25


Nice if you want to install two 2.5"'s in one 3.5" slot huh!



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I've used duct tape...

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  # 1022805 10-Apr-2014 12:54
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freitasm: Sure does, thanks. Any idea if there's a plastic version? ...


2.5-inch SSD/Hard Drive to 3.5-inch Bay Plastic Tray Mount Adapter Kit

http://www.amazon.com/2-5-inch-Drive-3-5-inch-Plastic-Adapter/dp/B0061GEORW






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freitasm: Nah, walking as is moving one foot then another one. I am doing more than 10,000 steps daily as measured by my Fitbit.


That's very cool.  Just don't start working toward 10,000 words a day like my Mrs...




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  # 1022908 10-Apr-2014 14:46
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Walked there. While waiting looked around and found they have plenty of ASUS notebooks running Windows XP for sale. Go get a bargain on a no-longer supported OS:








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