90 Degree down Angle SATA cable with Latch 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,quickly upgrading your computer for expanded storage. Please be kindly noted that this cable does not provide power for your hard drive. It must be powered separately.
6 Gbps Fast Data Transfer:2x faster than SATA II, backwards compatible with SATA I and SATA II. Data transfer speed is limited by rating of the attached equipment.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.
Secure Connection: Locking latch on each end of the cable to ensure secure connections for fast and reliable file transfer.Compatible with Serial ATA hard drives,Blu-ray/DVD/CD drives,and other Serial ATA devices.90-degree connection can easy to fit into hard areas and tight spaces,providing flexibility to posit.
- 2.5" SSD drive
- 3.5" HDD drive
- Optical DVD drive
- RAID controller host card
SATA III At Up To 6 Gbps
- The latest SATA Revision 3.0 allows for data transfer speeds of up to 6 Gbps, backwards compatible with SATA I and SATA II. Please be kindly noted that it's just a Data transfer cable which could support 6Gbps, while the actual speed is limited by the rating of your attached equipment.
- 7-Pin SATA L Type key receptacle
- Stainless steel clip
- Easy-grip surface
- SATA I, II, III compatible
- Low-profile cable jacket
- Easier routing in a computer
Easy to Use
- Plug in and Play, no any software installation required.
Question: What wire gauge (AWG) are these cables?
Answer: Hi friend,The wire gauge of this sata cable is 26AWG.Thanks for your inquiry and support.
Question: Does this work with a seagate 4tb iron wolf?
Answer: Should work on any SATA connected drive.
Question: Got these today, and don't see any specs on the cables, how do i know if they're really sata III?
Answer: tks for all your support to STC.
1."Nice strong click-in action. Length was plenty for my needs. I recommend using a string to figure out your needs especially since a lot of length is lost in routing it in your case. Route the string the way you want your wire to run, then take it out and lay it flat and measure with a measuring tape or ruler to find out how much length you will actually need."
2."They are the length I was looking for and they work out great for my business of computer building.I love how these lock into place. Only down side is there is not enough room for it to lock onto my new Solid State Hybrid Drive. This was not the fault of the maker of these its just a warning that the new drives are making the SATA port shallower so the lock will not engage. These still connect like normal to any other device or motherboard.
Would and probably will buy more in the future. Have also advised others to buy these that are in the system building environment like I am."
3."Very good quality and excellent price,New drives rarely come with SATA cables and I was upgraded several machines in our household to use SSD. I wasn't confident in the performance of my existing cables and having checked my motherboards supported SATA3 I decided to upgrade the cables "just-in-case". So while I haven't seen any "extra" performance from these cables I can say they are solid and well made, work perfectly at SATA3 speeds, and absolutely worth having for peace-of-mind."
4."Seems like the channels are seperated. I like that. Anyway this is exactly what i needed for my dell 9010 optiplex to fit a gigabyte 1650 gtx. Than i added an arctic twin turbo ii cooler and copper heatsinks on everything that can get hot. It BARELY fits. These cables allowed me to have my cd drive hooked up with the 1650 gtx. They put the sata ports right underneith the pci-e slot and in a row but i got 2 of em in and used the dell one where it wasnt a problem.
It was designed to purposely hinder you installing a decent card in that machine but im stubborn as hell and always find a way to get it to work.
They are cheap and way better than the dell optiplex cables. These ones clip in, made better, lay nicer and made me very happy."