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 Post subject: Phison mSATA RAID 0 SSD (SSE256GTTCR-S80)
PostPosted: August 10th, 2017, 8:43 
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I haven't seen RAID 0 SSD for quite some time and all that I did see were ZIF/LIF connections. This time around, I've got an mSATA dual 128GB (total 256GB) SSD. I'm kind of hoping to save some time and my client some money by hoping that someone here has already laid out the ground work and can confirm the correct pinout for the secondary SATA line.

Channel 0 (based on mSATA standard layouts)
33 - C1 = TX+
31 - C2 = TX-
25 - C3 = RX-
23 - C4 = RX+

Channel 1 (this is where I'm not sure)
following numerical order from channel 0
5 - C5 = TX+
3 - C6 = TX-
13 - C7 = RX-
11 - C8 = RX+

or following positional order from above
13 - C7 = TX+
11 - C8 = TX-
5 - C5 = RX-
3 - C6 = RX+

or is it completely different? I've already got an image of channel 0 and plan to block 23, 25, 31 & 33 and run bypass wires for 3, 5, 11 & 13 once I know the correct pinout. Any suggestions?
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 Post subject: Re: Phison mSATA RAID 0 SSD (SSE256GTTCR-S80)
PostPosted: August 10th, 2017, 11:41 
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Got it figured out.

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 Post subject: Re: Phison mSATA RAID 0 SSD (SSE256GTTCR-S80)
PostPosted: August 10th, 2017, 13:11 
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I posted the pinout of this a while back on Forensic Focus forum. You can see the picture of it on this blog post of mine: https://www.data-medics.com/data-recove ... -recovery/

Glad you got it worked out. I've never actually had one of these come in, so I wasn't 100% sure of my pinout was correct. Thanks for confirming it.

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