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 Post subject: Mod your SATA Cables!
PostPosted: 22.10.2007 00:07 
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It was great to see industry moving from IDE to SATA. No more wide cables to prevent free flow of air or ruin the looks. SATA cables are nice but for some reason they make them overly long. If you need a shorter one, why don't you mod one?


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