Rosewill RX353-S BLK USB eSATA HDD Enclosure
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 02-15-2008
Provided by: Rosewill
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Installation

Removing two screws on the rear end cap will allow it to come off and the hard drive tray will be free to slide out the other side. The tray contains a small circuit board at the rear which houses the SATA drive connections, ports and 40mm fan. Although not required for installation, I removed the fan from the tray to show how it pulls air in over the PCB and blows it out the vent in the rear of the enclosure.



The tray should accept any 3.5" SATA hard drive, which simply slips onto the connectors inside and is fastened down with the included screws. That's about as simple as it can get. Then just reinstall the tray into the outer sleeve. If your case already contains an eSATA port, you are good to go. Otherwise you can open it up and install the included riser plate to add a port to the rear of the PC.

Now for some benchmarks and testing.


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