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Topic # 59281 31-Mar-2010 18:53
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I'm after a 32 pin 180° SFF-8484 to 4 SATA cable which looks like:



There are plenty of these cables with a straight through SFF connector available but unfortunately these do not fit in the case.

I found the above cable at http://www.specialty-cables.com/sas_cables_multilane.html and have emailed them about it but i'm yet to receive a reply.

Does anyone have one or two of these at least 70cm, know where I could purchase one, or possibly find a right angled sff to sff adapter that I could plug a standard cable into. Apparently the cables I'm after may have been bundled with some DELL PERC Cards as well

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  Reply # 313600 31-Mar-2010 20:41
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  Reply # 313653 31-Mar-2010 23:13
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  Reply # 313969 1-Apr-2010 17:32
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Thanks, I contacted cablesdirect but they were unable to source the cables. I didn't find anything via PriceSpy either :P

In the end, I found what I was looking for from a cable manufacturer in the US. It will be a bit more expensive than what I was looking for but I really needed the cables quickly :)

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