Sata cable

Sata cable

Rs.98.00 Rs.100.00
Straight SATA Computer Cable Suitable For : All types of SATA devices
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  1. Connector Types: A SATA cable typically has two connectors: one on each end. The connectors are usually 7-pin, L-shaped, and designed to fit snugly into the SATA ports on the motherboard or device.

  2. Compatibility: SATA cables are designed to be compatible with SATA standards (currently SATA 3.0 or SATA 6.0 Gbps is common), ensuring reliable and high-speed data transfer between the storage device and the system.

  3. Data Transfer Speed: The SATA cable facilitates high-speed data transfer rates, depending on the SATA generation and the capabilities of the connected devices. SATA 3.0 supports speeds up to 6 Gbps (Gigabits per second), while SATA 2.0 supports up to 3 Gbps.

  4. Length: SATA cables come in various lengths, typically ranging from about 12 inches (30 cm) to several feet (1 meter or more). Longer cables are useful for larger cases or setups where devices are spaced apart.

  5. Materials: They are usually made of flexible and durable materials such as PVC or similar plastics, allowing for easy routing inside the computer case without risk of damage or interference.

  6. Locking Mechanism: SATA cables often feature a locking mechanism on the connectors. This ensures a secure and reliable connection, preventing accidental disconnection due to movement or vibration.

  7. Color Coding: While not standardized, SATA cables often come in different colors (commonly black, blue, red, or yellow) to help users differentiate between cables when managing multiple devices.

  8. Usage: SATA cables are essential for building or upgrading desktop computers, servers, and other systems where high-speed data transfer between storage devices and the motherboard is required.

  9. Hot-Swapping: SATA supports hot-swapping, allowing devices to be connected or disconnected while the system is powered on (hot-plugging), provided the operating system supports this feature.

  10. Compatibility with SATA Versions: Although backward and forward compatibility is generally maintained across SATA versions (e.g., SATA 3.0 cables are compatible with SATA 2.0 devices), using cables and devices of the same SATA generation ensures optimal performance.

In summary, SATA cables are crucial for connecting storage devices in m

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