Right angle SATA cable for DVD-ROM HDD SSD
- SATA revision 3.0 (aka SATA III) provides up to 6 Gbps data throughput, Backwards compatible with SATA revision 1 and 2 (aka SATA I and SATA II)
- This Cable connect motherboards and host controllers to internal Serial ATA hard drives and DVD drives
- Right angle design can make for better cable management in some situations, especially in tight spaces
- Includes locking latch on each end of the cable to ensure it doesn’t work itself loose
- Please be sure to check your case to see which way you need the cable to be angled
|Part number STC-P056
|Cable Jacket Type PVC|
|Type and Rate SATA III (6 Gbps)|
|Connector A 1 - SATA (7 pin, Data) Female with latch
Connector B 1 - SATA (7 pin, Data) Female with latch
|Cable Length 18 in or customize
Color Red or customize
Connector Style Straight to 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 right angle Cable
Customer questions & answers
QUESTION: are these two round-ish conductors with space between them (instead of one flat conductor) or is the appearance a photo issue?
ANSWER: There is two conductor strands with space in between if you need very low profile cables this is a good option otherwise
QUESTION: Is it possible to get a datasheet or RoHS compliance sheet for these?
ANSWER：of course sir, please show us your mail, we will send you immediately for your reference.
QUESTION: Do the cable connectors have the internal bumps that WD recommends for the cables to attach securely to their Red drives?
ANSWER：I'm not exactly sure what bumps you are referring to, but these cables lock into my WD Red drives just fine.
1."I was having varying problems with my computer - from very long (10 min) boot time to Windows, to blue screens, to other unexplained errors. After hours of troubleshooting, virus/malware testing, etc. I finally discovered one of my 6 internal hard drives was failing. I pulled out the drive. Computer now booted up fine. But still had periodic issues so decided to change out all my HD cables.
These cables are great. They are thin and flat and well made. Easy to maneuver through the case. The connectors are straight (not L shape) and low profile (they do not stick out very far). I don't like the L shape connectors on some cables. They don't help much and often get in the way. Straight connectors are the way to go. The clips help hold in place, plus I can tell when fully inserted into drive and MB. The connectors are small enough that they easily fit in motherboard connection area which is pretty tightly packed.
The thin cable makes them easier to maneuver and also creates better airflow. After replacing all my cables with these, I have not had any computer issues. Usually, HD cables are the last thing you might think about when troubleshooting. For the money, I would highly recommend these cables. I would also recommend changing your cables if you are getting blue screen of death (BSOD) or having any other intermittent problems. It is a cheap and easy fix."
2"These are fantastic for a new PC build, or an update to an existing one! I adore the sharp look of these cables, in contrast to a standard SATA cable. The design also makes them more flexible and maneuverable than a standard SATA cable - one more way it makes the build or update easier.
I'll tell you, I wish I could find this style of cable for most or all of the cables in my build, in this or any other colour. It would definitely make for a sharp looking final product!"
3."These are not constructed like the normal desktop SATA cables you're used to seeing. Instead, the cable is split into the TX and RX halves, much like the low profile SATA cables in some servers are. The result is an incredibly thin cable you can snake around in your chassis quite easily, even in tight spots. Don't let the low profile scare you off, these are well made despite their thin build.
They don't glow under UV or anything like that but the clear insulation and blue foil shielding makes them look kinda cool and if you've got a blue theme going on in your windowed case, these my be something to look at if you're looking for a short SATA cable even if you don't need the thinnest SATA cable possible."
4."I ordered these because they seemed to be the most flexible from what I could tell compared to my other cables. I have them in an Enthoo Evolv X and while my other cables were working fine, they didn't have much bend at the connectors...which is important in many computer cases. My drives can be attached to panels that hide the cabling, so having these bend more than the ones I had was important to me. They work exactly as planned. Not only that, but there are 5, they're inexpensive, they came in a very nice bag, and they're long enough to do a great job at cable management. The only thing I'm not super sure about is how long they'll last, since there doesn't appear to be much in the way of cable sheathing, but time will tell. They also work as they should. I'm very happy with these. At this price and functionality, I'm strongly considering ordering 2-3 more packs."
5"They arent the best they arent the worst. They get the job done they just seem a little thin to me but hey they work so who cares how thick they are right. I'm sure thicker ones will give you a millisecond or two better performance on COD but I'm happy for the price. I just saw a thousand dollar ethernet cable. It gives you slightly better quality, I'm not laying out a grand for something that may not be wholly true. Even if it is for a grand I'm not going to be that picky the one that came with the router is wonderful. Like these things here is all I'm saying you probably could buy reall expensive one but for a nominal improvement that the human eye cant perceive just buy these ones"