SATA cable for HDD or 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 or SSD.
- High Quality Spring Steel Locking Connectors Ensure a Rock Solid Connection Between Drive and Motherboard
- Includes locking latch on each end of the cable to ensure it doesn’t work itself loose
|Part number STC-P051
|Cable Jacket Type PVC|
|Type and Rate SATA III (6 Gbps)|
|Connector A 1 - SATA (7 pin, Data) Latching Receptacle
Connector B 1 - SATA (7 pin, Data) Latching Receptacle
|Cable Length 18 inch or customize
Color Black/Red/Yello/White/Blue and etc.
Connector Style Straight with Latching
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 Cable for HDD and SSD
The SATA III 6 Gbps Cable connects both newer SATA III and legacy SATA I, II drives to internal motherboards and host controllers. IT techs always need a spare cable on hand as a troubleshooting tool. DIY gamers can quickly upgrade their computer to an SSD for expanded storage and improved data transfer speeds. The latching clips provide a secure connection.
COMPATIBLE with popular SATA equipped devices such as: Asus 24x DVD-RW Serial-ATA Internal Optical Drive, Crucial MX100 BX100 MX200 SATA Solid State Drive, Kingston240GB SSD V300 SATA 3 Solid State Drive, LG Electronics 14x Internal BDXL Blu-Ray Burner Rewriter, Samsung 850 EVO SSD 850 Pro SSD, Seagate 3TB Desktop HDD SATA 6Gb/s 3.5-Inch Internal Bare Drive, SanDisk Extreme PRO 240GB, SIIG DP SATA 4-Port Hybrid PCIe, WD Black Performance Desktop Hard Drive, WD Green Internal Hard Drive.
Question: What wire gauge (AWG) are these cables?
Answer: SATA III Cable is 26AWG.
Question: I have been looking for a cable with a 90° down and a 90° left end for ever, this looks almost perfect. Is it available in black?
Answer: I have also been looking for really thin SATA cables exactly like this in black, but blue seems to be the only color anyone has. However, one easy trick is to use something like Krylon Fusion in black to repaint them. All you have to do is carefully tape off the ends. I was successfully able to do this with some exposed bits of NF-F12 iPPC 2000 PWM wires (used as a bottom mounted case fan, some of the wire is exposed where it leaves the controller in the center and is routed out towards the outer edge of the housing). The paint took very well, so it should work with these SATA cables as well.
Question: is there a 12 inch version of this?
Answer: dear customer,we are factory and support customize cable length and color.
1."All the negative reviews are from people who either bought the wrong type or found the connectors to be too high-profile for their needs. Nobody addresses the quality negatively.
2."Nothing too exciting here. I had a few SSD's floating around on USB adapters and used these SATA data jumpers to finally do a little housekeeping and put them Inside the box, where they belong. They are made with precision, and with minor difficulty got them plugged into the MB (six SATA ports). They lock in nicely, and 18 inches seems to be about the right length for meandering through the box to the SSD's new resting places. Recommended .. Five Stars. Cheers!"
3."For my purposes the right angle cable ends work perfectly, but YMMV. On my main board the SATA ports are lined up wide side by wide side ( | | | | ), not in a line end to end ( _ _ _ _ ), so the right-angle cable ends keep the cable low in the case, making it is easier to rout from the SATA port to the SATA device. So if your ports are lined up end to end, ou may prefer a straight cable end rather than a right angle end."
4."I bought 1000 sets of SATA cables and these were the longer ones to reach my hard drives that were in a bay farther from the mother board. I would recommend for people who plan to cable manage their cables as it gives plenty of extra to run it where you need it."