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M.2 drives and CRU Forensic Ultradock v5

Discussion of forensic workstations, write blockers, bridges, adapters, disk duplicators, storage etc. Strictly no advertising of commercial products, please.
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Re: M.2 drives and CRU Forensic Ultradock v5

Post Posted: Sep 10, 19 07:53

- fraudit
Ufff, many thanks for the detailed explanation, jaclaz, I really appreciate it!

I believe now I've got it. Clearly next time I will do my best to find matching controllers / standards.

This time I went short and simply got a M.2 USB case and connected it to my USB blocker Wink

In fact, any NVMe-to-USB enclosure may work fine for you given they are based on JMS583 chip by JMicron.

With that said, all adapters have different quality and, as a result, reliability. That's why I recommend QNINE adapter because my team thoroughly stress-tested it to suggest it to Atola customers officially:

Vitaliy Mokosiy
Atola Technology 

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