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Angled SATA cables

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On 11/15/2018 at 8:23 PM, Slayerking92 said:

Anyone know of any angled SATA cables that are stack-able?  One port would need to be slightly longer to go over the lower one.  (please excuse my ms paint skills)

 

 

Your best bet are slim line sata cables like the ones from silverstone. 

https://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=445&area=en

Anyone know of any angled SATA cables that are stack-able?  One port would need to be slightly longer to go over the lower one.  (please excuse my ms paint skills)

 

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Why not just use an un-angled sata cable for the one that goes over the angled one?

 

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1 minute ago, DarkEnergy said:

Why not just use an un-angled sata cable for the one that goes over the angled one?

I need them to go straight down through the motherboard tray,  just wanted something that would look cleaner..

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2 minutes ago, Slayerking92 said:

I need them to go straight down through the motherboard tray,  just wanted something that would look cleaner..

Not sure what case you have but you rarely see the sata cable in the first place. At least in my s340 case. 

 

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29 minutes ago, Slayerking92 said:

I need them to go straight down through the motherboard tray,  just wanted something that would look cleaner..

What you can try is having the bottom one at 90 degree and the top on strait with a small loop that follow the first one into the MB

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34 minutes ago, DarkEnergy said:

Why not just use an un-angled sata cable for the one that goes over the angled one?

Yep

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On 11/15/2018 at 8:23 PM, Slayerking92 said:

Anyone know of any angled SATA cables that are stack-able?  One port would need to be slightly longer to go over the lower one.  (please excuse my ms paint skills)

 

 

Your best bet are slim line sata cables like the ones from silverstone. 

https://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=445&amp;area=en

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Akasa Proslim SATA cables have short connector bodies and thin cables that take tight bends well. These cables have the added advantage that they can be shortened.

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15 hours ago, W-L said:

Your best bet are slim line sata cables like the ones from silverstone. 

https://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=445&amp;area=en

Those will definitely will work for me.  It looks like they can bend straight down without an issue.  Thank you.

 

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