The X829 dual 2.5" SATA HDD expansion board, offering an easy and fast way to create bigger storage solution for your Raspberry Pi 4B. Its elegant and ultra-compact design allows two 2.5" HDD/SSD to be conveniently attached to Raspberry Pi 4. The SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port delivers a blistering data transfer rate of up to 5Gbps, letting you transfer a large amount of data in seconds. The mounting holes and standoffs help protect the hard disk drives, while effectively drawing the heat away from the drive for reliable performance. The built-in LED light indicates the reading or writing status – no more guesswork again.
The X829 can be the perfect storage solution for your home media center and building Network-attached storage (NAS) for storing and streaming your own videos, music, and digital photos around the house and even across the world.
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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B
All Raspberry Pi operating systems
How to Power
About the HDD Thickness
- X829 HDD/SSD expansion board x 1
- USB 3.0 Jumper x 1
- 2-Pin Power Connection Wire x 1
- Power daughter board x 1
- Spacer F/F M2.5 x 15mm x 7
- Spacer M/F M2.5 x 11mm x 1
- Screw M2.5 x5mm x 11
- Screw M3 x 6mm x 4
Matching Metal Case
Please refer to X829-C1.
Installation video for Raspberry Pi 4+X829+X735+X829-C1 Case: https://youtu.be/0oQr77aQ6rk
Installation video for Raspberry Pi 4+X829+X708/U100+X829-C1 Case: https://youtu.be/Lz2KAxhcK2E
- About USB boot please refer to Does the X825/X855 support USB boot
- How to set up OpenMediaVault on Raspberry Pi 4
Q1. Does the X829 stackable?
Q2: Do X series NAS shields support UASP?
A: 2.5", 3.5" NAS shield(such as X825 X829 X829 X835 X832) use JMS583 IC, and all supports UASP(NOTE: Not supported UASP in earlier versions， produced before July 1, 2020), to prevent HDD/SDD from entering the hibernation state,
but M.2 MSATA SSD (X862) only support TRIM not UASP;