This serial ATA cable allows you to connect your serial ATA drive to your motherboard and increase the maximum data transfer rate from 133MB/sec. (standard ATA parallel interface) to 150MB/sec., so you get the performance you need.
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Priced way too high
Posted by: Bumpusburn from: Nashville, TN on
Not a lot to say about it, it is a SATA cable and worked like it should, the price was absolutely outrageous as I was in a bind and needed it and it was the only one I found and it was close to 20 bucks for a cable you can get for a few dollars online.
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Posted by: FretKing from: Utah on
Bought this cable so i could hook up my WD caviar black, gets the job done, but WAY overpriced in my opinion, overall its a good cable if you dont have the time to order it online for much cheaper.
14 out of 16 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Metalsmith from: Md on
I can't believe what they want for this cable. There is nothing special about it. I just happened to need one and they were the only local store carrying it.
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Useful cable at a horrible price
Posted by: Intangir from: Fredericksburg, VA on
These cables are good for use in tight spots where a 90 degree connector helps alleviate kinked connections... but the price is ridiculous. This cable can be bought online for just a few dollars.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
It's a Cable...
Posted by: VJM0 from: Florida on
As I said, it's a cable... so far, it's still working (about 2 weeks 24/7 use in my primary desktop). And I still don't understand why SATA cables, which are undoubtedly machine-made, should cost so doggoned much. They are at least twice as expensive at IDE/PATA cables (how many of those do you have kicking around in your junk drawer?). BestBuy is no better, no worse than other sellers in this regard. I would recommend this over a similarly-priced cable without the angle connector.
8 out of 13 found this review helpful.
Posted by: M13a from: Port Jefferson Station, NY on
I got these for my full tower Rocketfish case as the SATA cables I had were too short. The right angle connector is great as one of my SATA ports on my motherboard is blocked by my graphics card. They're a bit pricey but they do there job and are plenty long. These are great for full tower cases.
6 out of 9 found this review helpful.
Posted by: dkoontz from: Southport, NC on
Exactly as advertised, works great with my Lenovo system and new Western Digital hard drive.
4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Pricey, yet usefull
Posted by: micrsoftemployee from: redmond,WA on
I bought this cable when my stock cables blew a connecter on my CD-ROM and i admirred the right angle connecter.
5 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Posted by: MicroCoder from: Salt Lake City, UT on
needed a connector for SATA drive. this one was the only one in the store. quite expensive. search online to find cheaper ones.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Does not meet physical specifications
Posted by: MrDudeToo from: Baltimore, MD on
If the cable were to be constructed the same as what's in the photo, it would have been fine, but the cable I received had extra material around the right-angle connector, presumably to make it easier to grab. This is a problem for SATA devices that use (only) SATA power connectors because there is not enough clearance for both the power and data cables. If your device has an older style molex power connector, this cable will work fine. Seems to be a high-quality cable, but only for applications where it will fit.