Has anyone got a spare sata 6gb cable maybe?

well i am buying a B grade mobo and i am unsure if it includes sata cables,so if anyone has one/two they dont need how about helping out one of your fellows? :D (uk)
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  1. Extra cables cost less than a cup of coffee.
  2. Well you should try posting in this section if you want more replies:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/forum-8.html

    If no one does help you then you could buy it for $1 from here with free shipping. I bought mine there as well and works fine for my hard drive and dvd drives.

    http://dx.com/p/sata-cable-45cm-5170
  3. yeah,just checked on amazon and its like a quid so,doesnt matter people:).
  4. socialfox said:
    Well you should try posting in this section if you want more replies:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/forum-8.html

    If no one does help you then you could buy it for $1 from here with free shipping. I bought mine there as well and works fine for my hard drive and dvd drives.

    http://dx.com/p/sata-cable-45cm-5170

    can i use a 6gb sata cable even if the hard drive isnt 6gb?
  5. Sure, the wire just wont be at its full potential. I hope you mean the hard drive is SATA 3gb or did you mean the hard drive is 6gb only :lol:

    Edit: Just to clarify, I meant if the Hard drive has a capacity of 6gb which is possible. I have an antique hard drive that is around 7 gb after the OS (10gb hard drive).
  6. socialfox said:
    Sure, the wire just wont be at its full potential. I hope you mean the hard drive is SATA 3gb or did you mean the hard drive is 6gb only :lol:

    Edit: Just to clarify, I meant if the Hard drive has a capacity of 6gb which is possible. I have an antique hard drive that is around 7 gb after the OS (10gb hard drive).

    no i didnt mean the hard drive is 6GB :lol: i meant to say its only sata 3GB haha sorry for confusion!
  7. No it wasn't really confusing, though it would have been amusing to know someone would still use such low hard drives :lol:

    Either way it should be backwards compatible.
  8. socialfox said:
    No it wasn't really confusing, though it would have been amusing to know someone would still use such low hard drives :lol:

    Either way it should be backwards compatible.

    hey,you never know someone might still use them! :lol:
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