Sharkoon Quick connection for SATA hard drives

"USB docking station provides direct access to "naked" or uninstalled SATA hard drives"

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Sharkoon Release SATA QuickPort

Sharkoon presents a new hard drive accessory, the Sharkoon SATA QuickPort, which provides a direct connection to uninstalled SATA HDDs and makes pre-installation in an external housing unnecessary. The desktop docking station connects via USB 2.0, and allows hard drives to be quickly inserted into a slot in the docking station. A release button removes the drive from the docking station when no longer needed. An external power supply is included. The Sharkoon SATA QuickPort offers space for one 2.5" or 3.5" SATA hard drive. A locking mechanism holds HDDs securely in place, and an appropriately sized slot accompanies smaller notebook sized hard drives. At 575 grams, the docking station is heavy enough to remain securely in place during use, protecting fragile hard drives from unwanted and dangerous movement. Two colour LEDs show power and hard drive access. Included in the packaging are installation instructions, the power supply and an USB cable.

Customers can find the Sharkoon SATA QuickPort from authorised retailers for the MSRP of 25 euros.

For further details head to the Sharkoon website

 
Sharkoon SATA Quickport

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07-12-2007, 07:18:28

Joe
oh i have a suggestion , make that dell watertight and use it as a Res (leave the parts inside it)

looking nice tho

07-12-2007, 08:08:04

Rastalovich
Looks pretty neat to me. (u don`t wanna see my wiring atm, I`m in "get it in there mode")

I honestly thought from starting to read the thread that u were about to say u had a catastrophe or summit.

07-12-2007, 18:06:31

NickS
Thanks guys :)

oh i have a suggestion , make that dell watertight and use it as a Res (leave the parts inside it)

looking nice tho





It's not a dell, just a dell case. ;)

07-12-2007, 18:16:09

joner
ide like to offer you some input , its not a criticism.

you could make the loop a lot more efficiant if you moved the rad more towards the back of the case so you can position the barbs so they are facing down towards the floor. you can then drill or cut one hole big enough to get a hose through above your rear 120mm exhaust fan.

you will then be able to run the hose straight to your block and and the other on your normal route to the pump. you will get the bend without kinking by trying to find the best height off the top of your case.
if you turn the rad upsid down you will save over 1ft+ off the loop and if you route the cpu hose as ive suggested you will save a lot more hose lenght and therefore make your loop a lot more efficiant.

as ive already said above ''its not a criticism'' ,its just a little input.

07-12-2007, 19:29:47

NickS

ide like to offer you some input , its not a criticism.

you could make the loop a lot more efficiant if you moved the rad more towards the back of the case so you can position the barbs so they are facing down towards the floor. you can then drill or cut one hole big enough to get a hose through above your rear 120mm exhaust fan.

you will then be able to run the hose straight to your block and and the other on your normal route to the pump. you will get the bend without kinking by trying to find the best height off the top of your case.
if you turn the rad upsid down you will save over 1ft+ off the loop and if you route the cpu hose as ive suggested you will save a lot more hose lenght and therefore make your loop a lot more efficiant.

as ive already said above ''its not a criticism'' ,its just a little input.



Oh I know full well, I've had water so many times now it hurts. Maybe this weekend I'll do some modding... I've been thinking about it. I'll be at Home Depot tomorrow, maybe I'll pick up another 1" hole saw since mines pretty roughed up. This was just a quickie install but I have to say I'm really happy with the temps.

With my crappy clocking Xeon 3060 @ 3.6GHz 1.6v BIOS I idle at 28ºC/28ºC (CoreTemp) and I Orthos [Small FFT] @ 54ºC/54ºC. I got a REALLY even mount as you can see, so I don't want to fudge with that. The chip is lapped too.

07-12-2007, 19:39:38

Kempez
Wow Nick you don't need 1.6v @ 3.6GHz on a Xeon 3070 :eek: It'll do that on 1.4v

07-12-2007, 19:42:45

joner
very nice temps on that cpu mate.

im in the middle of a big build myself at the moment so i share your pain ;-).

i hope you get the bits you need to complete the tweeking (if there is such a thing as ''completed tweeking'' lol).

ps, i see the your lapped cpu in your avatar, very sweet job.

07-12-2007, 21:39:46

NickS

Wow Nick you don't need 1.6v @ 3.6GHz on a Xeon 3070 :eek: It'll do that on 1.4v



3060 ;)

07-12-2007, 22:15:31

FragTek

Wow Nick you don't need 1.6v @ 3.6GHz on a Xeon 3070 :eek: It'll do that on 1.4v



That my old chip Kemp? If so, that chip is just a monster clocker.

08-12-2007, 06:38:03

Kempez

That my old chip Kemp? If so, that chip is just a monster clocker.



Yep she's a beaut, 4GHz on 1.55v :D
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