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post #51 of 59
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Originally Posted by trumpet-205 View Post

SATA cables are SATA cables. There are no 6.0 cables or 3.0 cables. It is just a manufacturer gimmick.

Not true! Read this, http://sata-io.org/documents/SATA-6Gbs-Fast-Just-Got-Faster.pdf

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post #52 of 59
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Originally Posted by vvilliamm View Post

just got my ud5h. it looks nice i like the deep dark blue heat sinks
i take it that the black sata cables are 6.0 and the blues are 3.0?

Yes. The SATA 6Gb/s mark is stamped on the black cables.
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seriously though he is right there is no real difference. THey just say there is so someone can charge you more for the same cable.
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lol thanks guys =]. Giga comes with 2 black and 2 blue the blue cable is bright as the sun.
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I agree but did you read the SATA spec? Old SATA cables do not have locking latch. Newer ones do. We should start talking about the differences between Monster cables and others ...smile.gif
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the SATA3GB/s cables and the SATA6GB/s cables here both have lock latches.
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Ordering my UD5H today...I'll just have to change my build to blue tongue.gif
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post #59 of 59
yea trust me u will like it =] i just cant wait till the f6 bios comes out it seems like the best bios to oc with sandy chips
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