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Monday, November 27, 2017
By: Shawn V
Solid metal construction Affordable
Bought 3 of these in conjunction with Samsung EVO SSD's to to replace existing boot drives on 3 computers. When reading previous reviews I am not sure whether the product has been revised or I got lucky but these worked perfectly in all 3 computers. I used the screws supplied in the bag. Couldn't ask for more really.
Friday, July 14, 2017
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Had no issues other than having to ream out the side holes to allow the pins of a Dell plastic carrier to connect in properly. Took all of 10 seconds using a small Phillips screwdriver to make the holes just a bit larger.
Is it worth $8.00 for a piece of metal? No, but there is nothing less expensive.
Have bought 6 of these while we upgraded some PCs at the office, all worked just fine.
Saturday, May 21, 2016
Solid construction and nice finish. Inexpensive.
Only has holes to mount SSD from the bottom. Can only secure to case from the sides. Was okay for 6-year old HP Pavilion, but not my other two computers. Did not work for two year-old Dell Inspiron-- side holes are too small for the rails that came with the computer. Did not work for Lenovo H50-55-- no bottom holes, too narrow and short for drive bay. SSD is recessed on the mount, so harder to connect.
I recommend the Startech or Silverstone mounting kits-- they cost more, but work in more situations.
Thursday, January 21, 2016
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Made of metal. No sharp edges.
As mentioned before, the holes are a custom size on the sides of the mount. If you have a proprietary mounting system, which a lot of computers do, you may be out of luck. Also, the SSD mounting holes make the SSD sit recessed in the bracket. There is a risk that your cables won't want to go on(Like the HP computer I am working on). Seriously, for something so simple, I'm amazed at how they could screw the design up like this. Engineering FAIL.
Monday, December 08, 2014
Someone lazy in China is getting rich when you buy this.
As another reviewer already noted, hole size is for M3 and not the standard 6-32 (they don't own calipers/rulers in China, and they don't test products?), so good luck screwing it in properly. Mine is going back.
I should have read the reviews here instead of walking in and foolishly asking someone for a drive mounting kit. I guess in China, you don't screw product, product screws you. Why does Memory Express even sell this product?