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That device won't work on 3.5" HDD drives because USB-A doesn't have the 12v rail those drives need. USB-C has various ways of delivering higher power, but not USB-A. The solution is an external power supply or something with USB-C with a PD specification.


This is the only one I found, and its for old SATA and is from a dutch shop:


The System76 Tall Meerkat checks most of the boxes, except the fan: 10th gen Intel Core i3 up to 2*32GB of RAM (max 2666mhz because of intel cpu) WIFI can be turned off ships with Ubuntu or POP OS small size its not fanless, but has a quiet mode in the bios. But its pretty hard to do passive cooling on a small pc

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