M.2 NVMe enclosure?

Democritus

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Apr 24, 2016
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Sonnet designed the Fusion PCIe Flash Drive around a Gen 3 M.2 PCIe SSD module, the fastest standard SSD type now available and capable of maximizing the bandwidth of the included 20Gbps Thunderbolt 2 interface. One single memory stick provides all the bandwidth necessary for the device to sustain ultra-high file transfer speeds—fast enough to support RAW 4K workflows.

http://www.sonnettech.com/product/fusionpcieflashdrive.html

I was trying to figure out if I could find an enclosure without an SSD in it to pair with a Samsung 960 Pro and the best I could come up with was buying the 256GB Fusion and trying to replace the SSD inside.

Not certain it would work but I'd love to know what others think.
 

cube

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As this is for cloning once, I think I will have to use the Thunder2 that I have with a PCIe adapter.
 

BorreBoy

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Feb 8, 2015
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Sonnet designed the Fusion PCIe Flash Drive around a Gen 3 M.2 PCIe SSD module, the fastest standard SSD type now available and capable of maximizing the bandwidth of the included 20Gbps Thunderbolt 2 interface. One single memory stick provides all the bandwidth necessary for the device to sustain ultra-high file transfer speeds—fast enough to support RAW 4K workflows.

http://www.sonnettech.com/product/fusionpcieflashdrive.html

I was trying to figure out if I could find an enclosure without an SSD in it to pair with a Samsung 960 Pro and the best I could come up with was buying the 256GB Fusion and trying to replace the SSD inside.

Not certain it would work but I'd love to know what others think.
Did you find an empty enclosure?
 
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