Layout, Design and Features …
The front is held in plain black, and is expected to add elegant in almost every case. On the right side we see next to a couple of vents also the fan controller, the on-/off-switch and a small LED for power indication.
Apart from the voltage and the power consumption there is no more data to be determined. So we have to identify the missing data later in the practical test.
Here, for example, mounted in our Cooler Master CM Storm Stryker case. Unfortunately, there is a little problem caused by the design of the caddy. When ejecting, it is very difficult to pull out the hard drive with your fingers left and right, as there is on the right side the ejection mechanism.
So you can grab and pull cautiously the up-/ downside of the HDD. Previously, you should ground yourself and get rid of the static charge to prevent the destruction of the disk due to accidental touching the board.
Aside that the Icy Dock caddy is making a very good impression. As regards processing and function, this caddy must never hide from the competition.
Whether the functionality of the hard drive is still fully guaranteed or not, we would like to present to you in a practical test.
Icy Dock TurboSwap Setup and Test Results …