90 Degree down Angle SATA cable for DVD-ROM HDD SSD
- 90 degree SATA III cable is specifically designed to connect motherboards and host controllers to internal Serial ATA hard drives and DVD drives
- SATA III SPEEDS up to 6 Gbps deliver superior performance for a custom gaming or RAID configuration; Provides secure connections for fast and reliable file transfers; Backwards compatible with SATA I, II, III hard drives
- 90 degree down right angle connector is an indispensable tool for securing difficult to reach connections in small cases; Low profile SATA data cable has a flexible jacket to allow an efficient and organized installation in tight computer cases; Bright cerise colored cable provides easy identification when troubleshooting.
|Part number STC-P053
|Cable Jacket Type PVC|
|Type and Rate SATA III (6 Gbps)|
|Connector A 1 - SATA (7 pin, Data) Female
Connector B 1 - SATA (7 pin, Data) Female
|Cable Length 18 in or customize
Color Red or customize
Connector Style Straight to Down Right Angle
Product Weight 0.4 oz [10 g]
Wire Gauge 26AWG
|Package Quantity 1Shipping (Package)
Weight 0.5 oz [15 g]
|What's in the Box|
SATA down right angle Cable
Features a thin cable design, which helps reduce clutter
The Down Right Angle (90-degree) SATA Cable features a standard (straight) SATA receptacle as well as a right-angled SATA receptacle, providing a simple 18-inch connection to a Serial ATA drive, with full SATA 3.0 bandwidth support of up to 6Gbps when used with SATA 3.0 compliant drives.
The right-angled SATA connection enables you to plug in your Serial ATA hard drive in hard to reach areas or tight spaces, while the low profile and flexible design of the cable improves airflow and reduces clutter in your computer case, helping to keep the case clean and cool.
Make a down right-angled connection to your SATA drive, for installation in tight spaces
Installing Serial ATA hard drives, and DVD drives in Small Form Factor computer cases.
Server and storage subsystem applications.
High-end workstation drive installations.
Connections to SATA Drive Arrays.
Customer questions & answers
QUESTION: What is the difference between Right 90 or Left 90? when it comes to applying 2ND hard drive for PC Backup only?
ANSWER：This would depend on how you are mounting the drive - if it would be in the case, then if it's mounted to the left or right (long-ways on the motherboard connection) is how you would determine which 'bend' you want. If you are mounting externally, then you would want the bend to work out so that the drive would not be upside down.
QUESTION: Is this all i need for a hardrive? Cable wise?
ANSWER：Depends. Is it an internal hard drive or external? These cables are for internal mounted SATA hard drives & SSD's (Solid State Drives). If your drive is internal, you will also need to power the drive from the power supply (PSU), so make sure you have an extra hard drive power cable coming from your PSU; it can be either the old style bigger 4 wire kind or the newer SATA power connector, unless your hard drive only has the new power supply connector (it looks like the end of these connectors, except it is a little wider). Smaller 2.5" drives (laptop size drives) usually only have the SATA type power connector; and the older 4 pin connectors are probably being phased out, though they are not extinct yet. These cables work for SATA I, II & III; the difference between I, II, & III is speed: I maxes at 1.5 Gb/s. II at 3Gb/s, III at 6Gb/s; both the HD and the motherboard SATA types will be rated at one of these three speeds. It is best to match speeds, but not absolutely necessary; mismatched speeds will work (they just won't be as efficient - e.g. hooking a SATA III drive to a SATA II mobo slot will work, but the potential max data transfer speed will be limited by the slower connector.. theoretically).
QUESTION: Does it work with a Dell K01B?
ANSWER：It works with anything that has a SATA port。
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2"Just what I needed for my new build. The quality of these cables are right on the money. I bought them because I needed that 90 Degree angle off my motherboard."
3." only used one of them, so I don't know that the other two work, but the one I did use works fine. My motherboard has two SATA ports that aim out at 90 degrees from the surface and two that point straight up from the surface. To aid in cable management, I wanted an extra 90 degree cable to run to my third drive, and this did the job. I like the length, not too long to get in the way but long enough to go where I needed it. I like that it is all black, so it blends in with other black cables and the black case."
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