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PRODUCT PICTORIAL AND WALKTHROUGH



Sporting a combination of stainless steel and plastic construction, this internal rack has a solid feel and understated appearance. Here on the front we can get a look at the power button and drive tray with a spring tensioned door.



Peeking inside we can see the SATA connectors as well as a vented area for warm air to escape. I originally assumed this was a cooling fan, but it's not it's simply a vent cutout made to look like one.



Checking out the back, we have a molex connector for power along with SATA data and power connectors. You can choose between SATA or molex for power - both of them do NOT have to be connected for the unit to work.


Now that we've taken a quick walk around this simple product, let's move on to installation and testing.

 

 


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