• 24-Inch SATA to Right Angle SATA Serial ATA Cable (SATA24RA1)
24-Inch SATA to Right Angle SATA Serial ATA Cable (SATA24RA1)

24-Inch SATA to Right Angle SATA Serial ATA Cable (SATA24RA1)

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  • SATA cable
  • Serial ATA 150/300/600
  • SATA (R) to SATA (R)
  • 2 ft
  • right-angled connector

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Buy them once & never go back. Cool product, I like them a lot more than the flat cables. They're pliable, & easy to route. Take up a lot less space then flat cables. I bought a 6, 12, & 24 inch.It can be annoying to cough up the extra money over normal/bulk cables. I wish I had done it the first time I ever needed SATA cables. Spend the money once & you'll get the return for many years to come.The other option/competitor are the Silverstone SATA cables. They're more expensive & I believe there were some reviews about quality control issues. They might be thinner, but they may also use 2 wires instead of 1. 5Not a locking cable, okay friction fit for HDD, great friction fit for SSD Note that these SATA cables are friction fit only, meaning they don't "click" in like locking SATA cables. I consider this a downside for drives that support locking SATA cables (pretty much every SATA hard drive ever), as I suppose you could torque these cables enough during cable management to loosen the connection. However, the friction fit actually works better on SSDs, as all SSDs I have seen do not support locking SATA cables. Locking SATA cables tend to be loose on the SSDs I have, while these friction fit cables are much tighter (and tight enough on regular hard drives). 4Specs for this cable & what they mean I'm writing this to report three facts about this StarTech SATA12LA1 cable that are not completely clear from Amazon's description.1) Both connectors are receptacle type (formerly known as female). This makes the cable suitable for connecting a SATA hard (or optical) drive to a motherboard.2) One connector is straight, the other is left angle. Left angle means that when the angled connector is attached to a hard drive, the cable dresses naturally "up," or toward the label side of the drive. (If the cable should dress "down," or toward the circuit board side of the drive, use a right-angle cable such as the StarTech SATA12RA1.)3) Although not stated in the description, this is a SATA III cable, rated at 6 Gbps, according to StarTech's website. This cable specification is important for reliable connections to recent-vintage SATA III drives.For me, these look like the correct kind to add a second drive to a HP Pavilion h8-13xx series desktop. As to quality, based on other posts I'm hopeful, so I'm giving the item 5 stars for now. I'll update this post as necessary once mine have arrived and have been put into service.Update 8/30/2013: Cable works fine and dresses as expected. Connector on motherboard end has no retaining latch (would be nice) but it grips the mating contacts fairly tightly, so I'm happy, and am keeping the 5* rating. 5Excellent. ("Left angle?" What's that?) This cable performs perfectly. It is well made. It is reliable. I recommend it 100%!If you are ordering cables which will be used **in your computer case,** look carefully at the position of the SATA connection that you're dealing with.Look very carefully if the connection location is especially crowded, as it is in my computer (on the motherboard adjacent to one of the reinforcing structural members of the computer case itself).If a straight-through connector just won't fit, (it didn't, in my computer) then you'll have to use a 90-degree connector. But here's the problem: the way that the 90-degree connector is **angled** makes a big difference! Imagine a straight-through connector bent one way, then **imagine it bent the other way.**The distinction between these two ways of bending or "angling" the straight-through connector is the reason that the expression, "left angle" is used. It is a sensible way to distinguish one way of "angling" as opposed to the opposite way.When you are about to place an order for a 90-degree angled SATA connector, look very carefully at the picture of the cable that you are about to buy. Focus your attention on the L-shape of the SATA connection where the connector "mates" with the L-shaped SATA socket.Is a a left-angle or a right-angle? Look carefully.Here is a suggestion: These cables are so cheap that if you are seeking a cable for **one connection** just order two cables... one "left angle" and one "right angle." One of them will fit. 5I can't go wrong with Startech I've ordered offbrand cables from other vendors. After some failures? Time to go with certified cables. Is it pricey? It can be.Startech cables appear on industry websites that certify products. My first order was USB-C cable when Chinese knockoffs were flooding the market, resulting in battery meltdowns and other issues. Still have those cables. Work like a charm.I ordered some off-brand Display Port cables. Two arrived. The first cable did not work. The second cable lasted about two hours before the screen started flickering; or - at least - it took me that long to notice as I was in and out. Returned for refund. Ordered the Startech cables - too bad they don't come in red and are braided. I would pay an extra dollar or two dollars just for that.Hooked the Startech cables right up? Works like a charm. 144hz at 2650x1440 with Gysnc. Great picture, no flickering, no issues.Those USB-C cables? After two years? STILL WORKING. HDMI? I'm betting they'll last that long.Remember, Consumers and Material People: sometimes you just have to do your research. Maybe "Industry Standard Certified" is some sort of marketing gimmick? But after the fake USB-C cable debacles of earlier years with poorly constructed cables resulting in phone meltdowns - lithium-ion can be dangerous?Sometimes you just have to trust the info.Thanks, STARTECH. You may be pricey? You may not have some good looking red, cloth braided, gold shiny ended cables? But you work and work well. Now, if I could get some cables in some nice shades of red cloth braid? You'd be rockin'. 5Great product as expected. I've actually purchased startech cables for my business for years before it went under. We re-sold startech cables and always could trust the fast shipping, high quality cables. After I closed up the business and went looking for cables for personal use, it only made sense to use the cables that I'd always sold before. At least... if you sell quality products it does... which I did... because I used startech cables. :)I needed a right angle SATA cable for my case and this did the trick. I was very happy with the result as I expected, so I rightfully purchased with confidence. You should too. startech is a solid company and is going to continue to be my goto place for cables for personal use in the future. Price is right, and you won't find a better deal for this quality elsewhere. 5Best SATA cables I've ever used Totally surprised I can love a SATA cable this much. I have gone through flat sleeved cables, other round cables, and the generic red ones that come with drives and motherboards. I've been curious when trying new ones, but nothing really special came from it. I bought round cables before but they were stiff and thick, and the connectors were thicker than flat cables, which would block me from using half of my SATA ports. Kind of hard to describe, but imagine two slices of bread sandwiched around a pipe.Anyway, these little guys have a thinner cable, and the connector isn't any thicker than what you'd find on a standard flat SATA cable. I originally bought a pair and loved 'em so much, I snatched up more in different sizes as add-on items in subsequent amazon orders. It's kind of crazy, but this is the first time I've used a SATA cable that comes with improvements and zero drawbacks.Improvements:* easy to route because they are round, you can give it a half twist wherever you want, don't need to find the right spot in your cable path for it to do a weird flippy U-turn.* super pliable. They aren't stiff and can go where you need them to.* Short connectors. This allows them to get plugged into tough spots, like where it has to go through a routing hole right next to where it plugs in. I had to give up my other round cables because of this.* Improved airflow I guess. I don't imagine this will be a dramatic improvement, but hey if it goes right in front of an intake fan.... that's not a bad thing, right?* they look REALLY good, in that subtle non-flashy utilitarian way.Thoughts:* I wish they came in 8 or 10 inches. In some spots, 6 is too short and 12 is too long. 5Works great, but don't buy if you don't need the length I recently upgraded my own case to an exceptionally large tower. I had a bunch of SATA cables with short runs, and I needed the extra length to reach the far corners of my case. This does the trick. If you don't need the length, don't buy this cable as you'll just end up with a bunch of extra cable to route/hide.The most helpful critical review complains about the angle of the connection. My best advice for you is don't buy an angle if you don't need the angle. If you insist on buying an angle, make sure you buy the correct one. If you are worried about whether or not this angle will work for you, just examine your situation.The vast majority of SATA connections (every single one I have ever seen) will be shaped in the following manner when the component (motherboard, optical drive, hard drive, etc) is oriented right-side-up:_______|In that case, a right-angle cable will come out of the socket traveling downward. I have only ever wanted my cables to run that direction in every machine I have ever built. If your connections don't look like what I drew above or you don't want your cable to run downward from your components, then either buy a left-angle connection or don't buy an angled connection at all. 5My go-to cables for the future I bought these to use in a mini-itx build where space is at a premium and conventional, flat sata cables are difficult to route where I want due to their stiffness. I've purchased round sata cables in the past but have had similar issues with the rigidity of the cable or size of the connector preventing me from using them the way I wanted, but I'm happy to say that those problems don't exist here. These cables bend easily, fit my SSDs well, and were the perfect length for my smaller case. I'm not getting any read errors off of my drives either so they seem to do their job well. I think I'll be using these from now on in any of my future projects. 5Good SATA cable. Great latching mechanism. StarTech.com's cables are, as usual, worth the price. What I like most about this SATA cable is the latching mechanism, which means no more surprise disconnections when you're installing a new component. At 18", this cable is long enough for my mid-tower with a little extra to spare for cable management. As someone who was building PCs when IDE was still a thing, I will never be able to express how grateful I am that SATA came into existence.Bottom line: You usually can't go wrong with StarTech cables, and this one's no exception. 5
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Buy them once & never go back. Cool product, I like them a lot more than the flat cables. They're pliable, & easy to route. Take up a lot less space then flat cables. I bought a 6, 12, & 24 inch.It can be annoying to cough up the extra money over normal/bulk cables. I wish I had done it the first time I ever needed SATA cables. Spend the money once & you'll get the return for many years to come.The other option/competitor are the Silverstone SATA cables. They're more expensive & I believe there were some reviews about quality control issues. They might be thinner, but they may also use 2 wires instead of 1. 5Not a locking cable, okay friction fit for HDD, great friction fit for SSD Note that these SATA cables are friction fit only, meaning they don't "click" in like locking SATA cables. I consider this a downside for drives that support locking SATA cables (pretty much every SATA hard drive ever), as I suppose you could torque these cables enough during cable management to loosen the connection. However, the friction fit actually works better on SSDs, as all SSDs I have seen do not support locking SATA cables. Locking SATA cables tend to be loose on the SSDs I have, while these friction fit cables are much tighter (and tight enough on regular hard drives). 4Specs for this cable & what they mean I'm writing this to report three facts about this StarTech SATA12LA1 cable that are not completely clear from Amazon's description.1) Both connectors are receptacle type (formerly known as female). This makes the cable suitable for connecting a SATA hard (or optical) drive to a motherboard.2) One connector is straight, the other is left angle. Left angle means that when the angled connector is attached to a hard drive, the cable dresses naturally "up," or toward the label side of the drive. (If the cable should dress "down," or toward the circuit board side of the drive, use a right-angle cable such as the StarTech SATA12RA1.)3) Although not stated in the description, this is a SATA III cable, rated at 6 Gbps, according to StarTech's website. This cable specification is important for reliable connections to recent-vintage SATA III drives.For me, these look like the correct kind to add a second drive to a HP Pavilion h8-13xx series desktop. As to quality, based on other posts I'm hopeful, so I'm giving the item 5 stars for now. I'll update this post as necessary once mine have arrived and have been put into service.Update 8/30/2013: Cable works fine and dresses as expected. Connector on motherboard end has no retaining latch (would be nice) but it grips the mating contacts fairly tightly, so I'm happy, and am keeping the 5* rating. 5Excellent. ("Left angle?" What's that?) This cable performs perfectly. It is well made. It is reliable. I recommend it 100%!If you are ordering cables which will be used **in your computer case,** look carefully at the position of the SATA connection that you're dealing with.Look very carefully if the connection location is especially crowded, as it is in my computer (on the motherboard adjacent to one of the reinforcing structural members of the computer case itself).If a straight-through connector just won't fit, (it didn't, in my computer) then you'll have to use a 90-degree connector. But here's the problem: the way that the 90-degree connector is **angled** makes a big difference! Imagine a straight-through connector bent one way, then **imagine it bent the other way.**The distinction between these two ways of bending or "angling" the straight-through connector is the reason that the expression, "left angle" is used. It is a sensible way to distinguish one way of "angling" as opposed to the opposite way.When you are about to place an order for a 90-degree angled SATA connector, look very carefully at the picture of the cable that you are about to buy. Focus your attention on the L-shape of the SATA connection where the connector "mates" with the L-shaped SATA socket.Is a a left-angle or a right-angle? Look carefully.Here is a suggestion: These cables are so cheap that if you are seeking a cable for **one connection** just order two cables... one "left angle" and one "right angle." One of them will fit. 5I can't go wrong with Startech I've ordered offbrand cables from other vendors. After some failures? Time to go with certified cables. Is it pricey? It can be.Startech cables appear on industry websites that certify products. My first order was USB-C cable when Chinese knockoffs were flooding the market, resulting in battery meltdowns and other issues. Still have those cables. Work like a charm.I ordered some off-brand Display Port cables. Two arrived. The first cable did not work. The second cable lasted about two hours before the screen started flickering; or - at least - it took me that long to notice as I was in and out. Returned for refund. Ordered the Startech cables - too bad they don't come in red and are braided. I would pay an extra dollar or two dollars just for that.Hooked the Startech cables right up? Works like a charm. 144hz at 2650x1440 with Gysnc. Great picture, no flickering, no issues.Those USB-C cables? After two years? STILL WORKING. HDMI? I'm betting they'll last that long.Remember, Consumers and Material People: sometimes you just have to do your research. Maybe "Industry Standard Certified" is some sort of marketing gimmick? But after the fake USB-C cable debacles of earlier years with poorly constructed cables resulting in phone meltdowns - lithium-ion can be dangerous?Sometimes you just have to trust the info.Thanks, STARTECH. You may be pricey? You may not have some good looking red, cloth braided, gold shiny ended cables? But you work and work well. Now, if I could get some cables in some nice shades of red cloth braid? You'd be rockin'. 5Great product as expected. I've actually purchased startech cables for my business for years before it went under. We re-sold startech cables and always could trust the fast shipping, high quality cables. After I closed up the business and went looking for cables for personal use, it only made sense to use the cables that I'd always sold before. At least... if you sell quality products it does... which I did... because I used startech cables. :)I needed a right angle SATA cable for my case and this did the trick. I was very happy with the result as I expected, so I rightfully purchased with confidence. You should too. startech is a solid company and is going to continue to be my goto place for cables for personal use in the future. Price is right, and you won't find a better deal for this quality elsewhere. 5Best SATA cables I've ever used Totally surprised I can love a SATA cable this much. I have gone through flat sleeved cables, other round cables, and the generic red ones that come with drives and motherboards. I've been curious when trying new ones, but nothing really special came from it. I bought round cables before but they were stiff and thick, and the connectors were thicker than flat cables, which would block me from using half of my SATA ports. Kind of hard to describe, but imagine two slices of bread sandwiched around a pipe.Anyway, these little guys have a thinner cable, and the connector isn't any thicker than what you'd find on a standard flat SATA cable. I originally bought a pair and loved 'em so much, I snatched up more in different sizes as add-on items in subsequent amazon orders. It's kind of crazy, but this is the first time I've used a SATA cable that comes with improvements and zero drawbacks.Improvements:* easy to route because they are round, you can give it a half twist wherever you want, don't need to find the right spot in your cable path for it to do a weird flippy U-turn.* super pliable. They aren't stiff and can go where you need them to.* Short connectors. This allows them to get plugged into tough spots, like where it has to go through a routing hole right next to where it plugs in. I had to give up my other round cables because of this.* Improved airflow I guess. I don't imagine this will be a dramatic improvement, but hey if it goes right in front of an intake fan.... that's not a bad thing, right?* they look REALLY good, in that subtle non-flashy utilitarian way.Thoughts:* I wish they came in 8 or 10 inches. In some spots, 6 is too short and 12 is too long. 5Works great, but don't buy if you don't need the length I recently upgraded my own case to an exceptionally large tower. I had a bunch of SATA cables with short runs, and I needed the extra length to reach the far corners of my case. This does the trick. If you don't need the length, don't buy this cable as you'll just end up with a bunch of extra cable to route/hide.The most helpful critical review complains about the angle of the connection. My best advice for you is don't buy an angle if you don't need the angle. If you insist on buying an angle, make sure you buy the correct one. If you are worried about whether or not this angle will work for you, just examine your situation.The vast majority of SATA connections (every single one I have ever seen) will be shaped in the following manner when the component (motherboard, optical drive, hard drive, etc) is oriented right-side-up:_______|In that case, a right-angle cable will come out of the socket traveling downward. I have only ever wanted my cables to run that direction in every machine I have ever built. If your connections don't look like what I drew above or you don't want your cable to run downward from your components, then either buy a left-angle connection or don't buy an angled connection at all. 5My go-to cables for the future I bought these to use in a mini-itx build where space is at a premium and conventional, flat sata cables are difficult to route where I want due to their stiffness. I've purchased round sata cables in the past but have had similar issues with the rigidity of the cable or size of the connector preventing me from using them the way I wanted, but I'm happy to say that those problems don't exist here. These cables bend easily, fit my SSDs well, and were the perfect length for my smaller case. I'm not getting any read errors off of my drives either so they seem to do their job well. I think I'll be using these from now on in any of my future projects. 5Good SATA cable. Great latching mechanism. StarTech.com's cables are, as usual, worth the price. What I like most about this SATA cable is the latching mechanism, which means no more surprise disconnections when you're installing a new component. At 18", this cable is long enough for my mid-tower with a little extra to spare for cable management. As someone who was building PCs when IDE was still a thing, I will never be able to express how grateful I am that SATA came into existence.Bottom line: You usually can't go wrong with StarTech cables, and this one's no exception. 5
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