round HD cables

Sumadin

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Hi All

I can see where rounded HD & floppy cables would be great for room and less interferance with cooling.
They sound expensive.
How is the quality?
Anyone who has them in use, please enlighten me on this subject.
I assume these are a fairly new product.

THX

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I made my own. I used a razor blade. Just start a small hole, about 1 cm, in any two wires and then just pull them apart gently. They separate very nicely and then I just wrapped them up with a trash bag tie.

They are easy to push out of the way and improve airflow. I don't know how I ever lived without them.
 
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Just bought some from www.highspeedpc.com
$20 each and they deliverd in just a couple of days. Haven't had a chance to try them yet, but they look nice.

--Tom--
 
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I also bought cables from highspeedpc.com. I bought both the ATA and floppy cables and they work fine. They look really nice and the airflow in the case is doing well.

John Garrett
System Admin - www.elementk.com
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That may work but it's not the best way to do it as data lines can get next to eachother and cause cross talk with each other. The better way to go is to buy heatshrink tubing and fold the cables back and forth on each other like a "Z" and then shrink the toobing on them.

Mike
 

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