NavyLCDR said:
Also if you want the SSD to be universally bootable in both legacy BIOS and UEFI computers, then you want the SSD partitioned as MBR with a FAT32 system partition marked as active followed by the NTFS C: drive partition.
Yes, true. Thanks.

BTW - I think that the OP just wants to test some bare drives - don't need an enclosure for that.