Technology Breakthrough: the PC-3000 Portable III is now available!

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Technology Breakthrough: the PC-3000 Portable III is now available!

Postby ACE_Admin » 21.01.20, 08:55

The most powerful and easy-to-use PC-3000 Portable III is now available for purchase! Are you ready to be one of the first?

ACE Lab is proud to present the result of 5 years of research and development. Meet the all-new approach to recovering data and evidence from modern storage media — the incredibly efficient and convenient tool: the PC-3000 Portable III! The Standalone, Easy and Full-Featured Modes, breakthrough M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD Support, faster and easier work with USB HDD, hardware write protection, logging, and reports generation make the PC-3000 Portable III a must-have tool for data recovery companies and digital forensics labs.

All information on the operating modes, other technical features, updates, and the delivery kit is here:
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Re: Technology Breakthrough: the PC-3000 Portable III is now available!

Postby ACE_Admin » 21.01.20, 08:57

At the moment, the NVMe Solid State Drives are supported by the PC-3000 Portable III SSD/Ultimate Systems. Thanks to a special universal M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD/M.2 SATA SSD adapter included in the delivery kit, you will be able to diagnose the condition of NVMe SSDs and recover data from such damaged devices.
Since the hardware is different, there is no support of this interface in the PC-3000 Express/UDMA Systems. Right now, ACE Lab has ideas on how to implement the support of the NVMe SSD in these products and plan to do it after some research.

P.S. Please note that PC-3000 Express and UDMA have only PATA and SATA controllers on the board, but PC-3000 Portable III has available PCIe lines which makes possible to work with NVMe drives.

The List of Supported NVMe drives in the PC-3000 SSD software (20.01.2020):

Supported controllers:

Silicon Motion SM2260G
Silicon Motion SM2263XT
HD - Silicon Motion H8068 (SM2263XT)

Supported models:

ADATA XPG SX7000
Radeon R5
HP EX900
Lexar NM600
Zion NFP03
Transcend MTE110S

More SSDs are going to be added with the updates!!!
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Re: Technology Breakthrough: the PC-3000 Portable III is now available!

Postby tronkass » 25.02.20, 21:26

does ir real to get support nvme in pc 3000
because pc3000 work with sata protocol not with nvme protocols
so buy portable or think that you make in pc3000 suport to

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Re: Technology Breakthrough: the PC-3000 Portable III is now available!

Postby ACE_Admin » 12.03.20, 17:56

tronkass wrote:Source of the post does ir real to get support nvme in pc 3000
because pc3000 work with sata protocol not with nvme protocols
so buy portable or think that you make in pc3000 suport to

The PC-3000 Portable III supports the NVMe Solid State Drives thanks to the PCIe lines inside the tool. Since the PC-3000 Express and PC-3000 UDMA have only PATA and SATA controllers on the board, they can't work with the PCIe NVMe interface as well as the current NVMe adapter cannot work with the PC-3000 Express/UDMA. Right now, we have ideas on how to implement the support of the NVMe SSD in these products. But there are some technical difficulties, as such it's hard to predict the time required to do it. So, if you wish to recover data from damaged SSDs with the NVMe interface, the PC-3000 Portable III is the best and only option available on the market.
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