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Anpu

SATA 7P+15P Male to Female HDD Data Power Cable

 
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This is a SATA 7P 15P Hard Disk and Power Supply Extension Cable.Good anti-interference performance HDD SATA Cable. A durable and stable item. Fast and easy way to connect hard drives to a motherboard. Provides a fast data transfer rate. Specially designed to improve system airflow and rout ability. Meets current Serial ATA specifications and ensures maximum performance. Once the SATA connector has been inserted into the drive's SATA data port, the shaft of the cable is seated flush with the rear panel of the drive, eliminating the clutter of excess cable at the connection point - an ideal solution for small or micro form factor computer cases.Time to enjoy the benefits this Data Power SATA Cable brings!
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  • Specifications:

    • SATA interface used
    • Fast data transfer SATA Cable
    • Good anti-interference performance HDD SATA Cable
    • A durable and stable Data Power SATA Cable
    • Cable Length: 500mm/19.7in
    • Color: Black & Red & Yellow
    • Size: 40 x 2mm/1.6 x 0.1in (W x H)

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    Anpu SATA 7P+15P Male to Female HDD Data Power Cable

    SATA Cable

    • A durable and stable item, fast and easy way to connect hard drives to a motherboard

    HDD SATA Cable

    Data Power SATA Cable

    • Provides a fast data transfer rate, specially designed to improve system airflow and rout ability

    How to Transfer a IDE Hard Drive Data to a SATA Hard Drive:

    • Shut down the computer and then open the computer case. You may need to use a screwdriver to remove screws that hold the computer case access panel in place
    • Locate the SATA and IDE cable connectors on the motherboard, which are usually found near the memory and power connectors toward the outside edge of the board. The IDE connectors are wide, square, connectors with two rows of multiple pins. The SATA connectors are small, hexagon-shaped connectors with a single row of flat pins
    • Plug the SATA data interface cable into the motherboard SATA connector (the small hexagon shaped connector located near the memory and power connectors toward the outside edge of the board). Plug the other end of the SATA data cable into the SATA data cable hard drive interface connector (the small hexagon-shaped connector located on the back edge of the hard drive)
    • Plug the IDE data interface cable into an open IDE connector on the motherboard (located near the memory and power connectors toward the outer edge of the motherboard). Plug one of the open IDE connectors into the data interface connector on the IDE hard drive (the wide multiple pin connector located on the back edge of the hard drive)
    • Plug the SATA power cable into the SATA hard drive if required or use the standard hard drive power cable if the hard drive is equipped with the standard hard drive power cable connector
    • Plug a hard drive power cable into the IDE hard drive power connector located next to the IDE data connector interface on the back edge of the drive. If the IDE drive has jumper settings, confirm that the jumper is set to the "Slave" setting according to the diagram on the hard drive
    • Close the computer case and then boot the computer
    • Click "Start", then click "Computer" and verify that both of the newly installed hard drive icons are available
    • Double-click on each hard drive icon to open and view the files on each drive in separate windows
    • Navigate to the files that you wish to transfer then right-click on the files and click "Copy"
    • Navigate to the location on the destination SATA drive where you wish to copy the files
    • Right-click on the destination location and click "Paste" to transfer the files to the new location on the destination drive

    Package Included:

    • 1 x SATA 7P 15P Cable

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Steven Madden

Bought this item on

04-27-2011

 
This is a great basic
00:00:00 04-27-2011
This is a great basic SATA drive cable. The right angled head makes installation easy in a cramped CPU case. No problems with the item at all.
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Tommi Jimenez

Bought this item on

04-07-2011

 
inserted properly
00:00:00 04-07-2011
As the title suggests. However, be mindful of where you're using the cable in your computer. The right angle end of the SATA cable is built in a way where the cable will be directed downwards when inserted properly.
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Brendon Ferrin

Bought this item on

03-29-2011

 
thanks
00:00:00 03-29-2011
ordered these cables, and seemed to be here withn couple days, made nice for a no space situation i had, and price was alot better then anything around here.. making anouther list today to order.. thanks
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Steven Marks

Bought this item on

03-10-2011

 
no looseness
00:00:00 03-10-2011
I received the cable with the 90 degree angled connector shown in the illustration. The cable works. Fit on both ends was snug to the point of being difficult. I have experienced no looseness.
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Juan Carlos Rivera Urrutia

Bought this item on

02-23-2011

 
door and HDD
00:00:00 02-23-2011
It's a SATA cable. Pretty straight forward. The right angle is very useful for tight spaces, in my case, the centimeter between my case door and HDD.
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Elizabeth M Smith

Bought this item on

02-10-2011

 
SATA drive
00:00:00 02-10-2011
I've been using this since late February of this year (2011). Both ends of the cable fit into their respective parts perfectly, i.e., the motherboard and the SATA drive.
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ilona golubev

Bought this item on

01-26-2011

 
Data Power SATA Cable
00:00:00 01-26-2011
It is a SATA cable! (what else to say?) Adequate lenght easy to plug. Came with protective caps on the connectors and works well. 1 end in 90 degrees angle makes it easier to assembly in certain conditions.
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jose gonzalez

Bought this item on

01-06-2011

 
HDD SATA Cable
00:00:00 01-06-2011
Love this and have no problems what so ever with it. Heck for the price, you cant go wrong!
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