Connect Serial ATA devices to your motherboard or host controller; for transfer rates up to 6G
• Supports transfer rates up to 6 Gbps • Secure, angled connectors for versatility • Available in lengths up to 36in
(1) SATA 7-pin Male
(1) SATA 7-pin Male
When connecting serial ATA devices to your motherboard or host controller, you want a permanent solution. The last thing you need is a cable that could fatigue, or even fail over time, because of bending or stress occurring right at the critical connection. Our angled connectors deliver the cable at a more desired angle and are fortified to keep the cable lined up straight. So you'll see less cable bend and fatigue for longer cable life.
SATA 3.0 compatible with transfer rates up to 6 Gbps! This serial ATA cable is especially designed to handle the differential signals implemented in today's technology, while delivering increased throughput and reduced data packet loss.
With our 7-pin, 1-device cable, you'll receive higher data transmission rates, reduced crosstalk, and improved signal integrity.
Plus, this cable reduces overheating and saves internal space within the CPU unit for easy movement when adding or removing hard drives, PCI cards or other adapters. Our serial ATA cable can minimize clutter, increase airflow and maximize your potential transfer rate.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jason from Serial ATA Cable worksThe cable is standard and works by plugging onto my pc's motherboard at 1 end (straight) and the back of my new CD burner with the 90 degree end. The cable end-plugs do not have lock clips like some other SATA cables, but this is fine, especially on the crowded motherboard. It is a little more expensive than from some other website, but Cables To Go have provided me reliable quality for my past few purchases. My CD burner seems to be getting enough power.
Date published: 2012-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Cables to Go - The Go-To Guys!Connected up just fine - Cables to Go always has the top-flight stuff you can't find anywhere else. Who cares if it costs $3 bucks more - I want the best and they have it!
Date published: 2011-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by RJ from Worked greatThe length is perfect for the new computer I built. I haven't yet tried 6Gb/sec speeds. The cable construction is good and strong.
Date published: 2010-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Benoliwal from In a PanicI was in a panic and needed a new connector cable quick, and I found what I wanted with C2G. Delivery was quick, installation no problems, and material and construction top notch. Price was good as far as I am concerned.
Date published: 2014-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by B1 from Good Cable - Simple to install.Needed it to install a new internal drive. Took more time to put in the drive than to connect the cable. Same format as original in computer. Great.
Date published: 2010-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jim from Works as expectedProduct was shipped quickly and was in perfect condition. Works as I expected with my SATA 3 Gbit/s drives and controller.
Date published: 2009-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by DIY Upgrade Geek from Great DIY solution for adding a HDD.Used this high quality cable for a DIY upgrade and saw immediate boost in performance.
Date published: 2010-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bruce from New York City. from Nice deal.I used this cable to add an additional hard drive in my Pc.
I have purchased several #10189 SATA cables which claim to be 6 inches in length. They actually measure 6.5 inches from the rear of each connector. Do you make one that is 6 inches and has two right angle plugs that face opposite to one another? (one f...
I have purchased several #10189 SATA cables which claim to be 6 inches in length. They actually measure 6.5 inches from the rear of each connector. Do you make one that is 6 inches and has two right angle plugs that face opposite to one another? (one faces up and the other faces down. Thanks, Robert
Asked by: robhuck
The 6in is the length of the cable not including the connector. The only two right angled SATA cable we carry is 18in (#10182).