SilverStone ECS07 Turns One M.2 Slot into Five SATA Ports

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SilverStone has listed the ECS07, a new expansion solution for enthusiasts who are seeking an unconventional way of adding more SATA ports to a system.

The ECS07 is a non-RAID M.2 PCIe storage expansion card that effectively turns a single M.2 PCIe NVMe slot into five SATA Gen3 6 Gbps ports. It measures 0.97″ (W) x 0.41″ (H) x 3.17″ (D), is plug and play, and comes coupled with an aluminum alloy heat sink for lower temperatures.

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  • Supports five SATA Gen 3 6 Gbps ports
  • Aluminum alloy heatsink for great stability and heat dissipation
  • M.2 PCIe (NVMe) interface
  • Supports device sleep power management
  • Plug and play with no additional driver necessary
  • Supports SATA plug-in detection
  • Complies with SATA specification revision 3.2

Key Specifications:

  • Controller IC: JMicron JMB585
  • Host interface: M.2 PCIe Gen 3×2
  • HDD support: SATA
  • SATA ports: 5
  • SATA port bandwidth: 6 Gbps
  • PCI-E bandwidth: Up to 16 GT/s

Silverstone hasn’t confirmed how much the ECS07 will cost yet, or when it’ll be available.

Source: Silverstone

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