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I like the western digitial sata cable that came with my 74gb raptor. The cable has the two plastic prongs on them so you cant connect them into other drives unless you break them off. Which i already did. My question is

1. Are there any other sata cables like this that you dont have to break off and give you the exact same cable?
2. Will I be able to use the WD Sata cable on Sata DVD/RW Rom and seagate barracuda drives?




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I like the western digitial sata cable that came with my 74gb raptor.
So, I'm confused. You like that SATA cable?
 
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So, I'm confused. You like that SATA cable?
Yes. I'm a Sata Newb but notice how it has power and sata so it saves you from messy cable management. Am I misssing something?
The WD Cable covers the power and the Sata

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Edited by lowkickqop - 5/30/08 at 10:09am
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