Well, you can check out old ways to deal with broadband radiation from amateur radio.
Start with the simplest: buy a good usb & hdmi cable, with ferrites, and buy an aluminum box (I prefer copper) for an SSD. Electrically connect the case of the disk box to the ground (if the design allows this). Sometimes the Chinese “forget” to do this. And boxing works like a good antenna. And the interference comes from the connectors mainly, so they need to be "isolated" (see below)
Hang ferrite rings on all wires - this cheap method will save you some more potential problems. Ferrite rings are an old way and time-tested. The usb3 interference is broadband there, so it's quite possible to crush it.
You can solder the lowpass filter.
Buy a quality power supply. A normal power supply is filtering the input and output voltages, preferably with voltage isolation, because in cheap power supplies, such turbidity climbs on the network, it is all noise too, it's scary to watch. Two or three inductors output / output, capacitors, fuses and posistors, protective diodes and high-speed diodes, shunted by capacitors, electrolytic capacitors are shunted by ceramic and happiness comes. What else? Just galvanically disconnect the power of the disk (for example, feed it with a separate high-quality power unit) and Raspberries.
Perhaps all these tips are read scary, but in fact, almost all high-quality power supplies by default include such methods of dealing with microwave interference
PS Yes, it’s very effective to deal with broadband interference by changing the location of the antenna.