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  #2001197 23-Apr-2018 16:02
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rayonline:

 

Those B+M key M.2's they're SATA3 600MB/sec.  If we take that and put inside a USB stick enclosure would it run under USB3.1?  Are the B+M M.2's only work up to 600MB/sec?  

 

 

Don't know. The fastest I could achieve with the mentioned enclosure with USB3.0 was 334MB/s read and 311MB/s write under Win 10 (UASP enabled).

 

It was a 256GB Transcend MTS400, M.2-2242, SATA 3 (rated 560MB/s read, 460MB/s write). The 512GB version should be ~20% faster (be aware that the newer 2280 doesn't fit in this adapter!), the 128GB (and below) are slower.





- ISP1: OneBox FTTH modem, 1/.5G, full DS, VLAN7, VoIP + ipTV streaming flat
- ISP2: LTE USB modem + GL-AR750S, 100/40M data plan (wireless fallback)
- NET: OPNsense CI329, ES-16-XG, C2960X-48TS, 3 GWN7630, EL1600+800
- SVR: 9i3C246 32G/24T, 2 H2 16G/500G, N2 4G/1T || 2 remote HC2 14T+4T
- USR: DeskMini 9i5, NUC 8i7HVK, Aspire E5, EliteBook 840, Galaxy Tab, 4K TV
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  #2001211 23-Apr-2018 16:26
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Tinkerisk:

 

rayonline:

 

Those B+M key M.2's they're SATA3 600MB/sec.  If we take that and put inside a USB stick enclosure would it run under USB3.1?  Are the B+M M.2's only work up to 600MB/sec?  

 

 

Don't know. The fastest I could achieve with the mentioned enclosure with USB3.0 was 334MB/s read and 311MB/s write under Win 10 (UASP enabled).

 

It was a 256GB Transcend MTS400, M.2-2242, SATA 3 (rated 560MB/s read, 460MB/s write). The 512GB version should be ~20% faster (be aware that the newer 2280 doesn't fit in this adapter!), the 128GB (and below) are slower.

 

 

 

 

Have you ever ran it on a motherboard? It might be limited by the enclosure unit.  

 

Even USB3.0 ought to be quicker than that.  

 


Edit - Sandisk Extreme 900 external SSD is a two SSD drive together in a RAID-0 can hit up to 800MB/sec (tested) with USB 3.1.  I read.  Not mine haha.  Or actually that is USB3.1 Gen 2.  

They renamed USB3.0 to USB3.1 Gen1 and USB3.1 to USB3.1 Gen 2 .... 

 

 

 

Thanks.  


 
 
 
 


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  #2001321 23-Apr-2018 22:36
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rayonline:

 

Have you ever ran it on a motherboard? It might be limited by the enclosure unit. 

 

Yes. but it doesn't matter much since the OS in this case was loaded into RAM, nothing more than getting faster boot times.





- ISP1: OneBox FTTH modem, 1/.5G, full DS, VLAN7, VoIP + ipTV streaming flat
- ISP2: LTE USB modem + GL-AR750S, 100/40M data plan (wireless fallback)
- NET: OPNsense CI329, ES-16-XG, C2960X-48TS, 3 GWN7630, EL1600+800
- SVR: 9i3C246 32G/24T, 2 H2 16G/500G, N2 4G/1T || 2 remote HC2 14T+4T
- USR: DeskMini 9i5, NUC 8i7HVK, Aspire E5, EliteBook 840, Galaxy Tab, 4K TV
- IoT (EU868): openHAB, CCU3, Vantage ISS 6327, LoRaWAN 4 GWs/15 Nodes
- 3D: 2 Ender-3/Pro, 4 Ultimaker 2E+/3/3+/S5, MPCNC, EleksLaser-A3 Pro
- ipPBX: GO-Box, 2 GRP2613, SPA112 (Fax & W-48, a 1948 Siemens phone)

 

 




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  #2001324 23-Apr-2018 22:39
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Tinkerisk:

rayonline:


Have you ever ran it on a motherboard? It might be limited by the enclosure unit. 


Yes. but it doesn't matter much since the OS in this case was loaded into RAM, nothing more than getting faster boot times.



It's OK :)
I thought when it was on a motherboard a crystaldiskmark would check the speed of it.

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  #2001713 24-Apr-2018 15:30
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rayonline:
I thought when it was on a motherboard a crystaldiskmark would check the speed of it.

 

As already said - just for the case when evidence is needed for any reason (seq was even faster as I remembered)

 

 

(Test performed: Aug2016)





- ISP1: OneBox FTTH modem, 1/.5G, full DS, VLAN7, VoIP + ipTV streaming flat
- ISP2: LTE USB modem + GL-AR750S, 100/40M data plan (wireless fallback)
- NET: OPNsense CI329, ES-16-XG, C2960X-48TS, 3 GWN7630, EL1600+800
- SVR: 9i3C246 32G/24T, 2 H2 16G/500G, N2 4G/1T || 2 remote HC2 14T+4T
- USR: DeskMini 9i5, NUC 8i7HVK, Aspire E5, EliteBook 840, Galaxy Tab, 4K TV
- IoT (EU868): openHAB, CCU3, Vantage ISS 6327, LoRaWAN 4 GWs/15 Nodes
- 3D: 2 Ender-3/Pro, 4 Ultimaker 2E+/3/3+/S5, MPCNC, EleksLaser-A3 Pro
- ipPBX: GO-Box, 2 GRP2613, SPA112 (Fax & W-48, a 1948 Siemens phone)

 

 




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  #2001716 24-Apr-2018 15:39
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Thanks for that.  This was the enclosure right as you mentioned before?  I was just thinking before if the M.2 was directly on the motherboard M.2 connector (not USB) if it would had been better.  

 

 

 

 

 

Cheers again :) 


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  #2001738 24-Apr-2018 16:06
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rayonline:

 

This was the enclosure right as you mentioned before?

 

 

Yes, the mentioned USB3.0 enclosure w/Transcend 256GB SSD M.2-2242 SATA3.





- ISP1: OneBox FTTH modem, 1/.5G, full DS, VLAN7, VoIP + ipTV streaming flat
- ISP2: LTE USB modem + GL-AR750S, 100/40M data plan (wireless fallback)
- NET: OPNsense CI329, ES-16-XG, C2960X-48TS, 3 GWN7630, EL1600+800
- SVR: 9i3C246 32G/24T, 2 H2 16G/500G, N2 4G/1T || 2 remote HC2 14T+4T
- USR: DeskMini 9i5, NUC 8i7HVK, Aspire E5, EliteBook 840, Galaxy Tab, 4K TV
- IoT (EU868): openHAB, CCU3, Vantage ISS 6327, LoRaWAN 4 GWs/15 Nodes
- 3D: 2 Ender-3/Pro, 4 Ultimaker 2E+/3/3+/S5, MPCNC, EleksLaser-A3 Pro
- ipPBX: GO-Box, 2 GRP2613, SPA112 (Fax & W-48, a 1948 Siemens phone)

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2001758 24-Apr-2018 16:32
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It's because memory prices have skyrocketed, ~triple what it cost 2 years ago and still climbing. $1/GB is the new normal right now for high end(USB 3.1) thats new(factory refurb from HK will be cheaper on ebay and my pick).

 

 

 

ie REFURB Sandisk Extreme 64GB USB3.0 Refurb $36NZD which will do close to 100MB\sec write. For larger storage solutions I prefer to just use a SSD+USB to SATA Adapter Cable as the cheap cases are really dodgy quality. 


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