RockPro64 SSD Expansion Board/SATA Shield
No, the dual SATA solution available involves a PCIE x4 board and a case designed to fit the SBC, board, fan, heatsink and disks.

there are also people on this forum who have gotten PCIE SATA board supporting 5+ drives to work with the RockPro64. So there are some pretty interesting options around. I did take a look at SupTronics and saw they had some fun looking toys as well - I will likely eventually get something Rpi so run alongside my PINE64 stuff, so I will try to keep them in mind.

the link I saw about someone using a 5-port (not sure if chipset could support more but there is a 5-port that works):
it doesn't get happy
it doesn't get sad
it just runs programs

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RE: RockPro64 SSD Expansion Board/SATA Shield - by zer0sig - 08-22-2020, 01:22 AM

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