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SATA cables are standard and are not motherboard manufacturer dependant. If you have SATA connections on the board they will fit, if you dont then ..... well then they will just float about.
By Stephen Hill on 24 June 2015
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Hi Kit - this cable will allow you to connect your HDD to another computer to complete the clone, yes. The computer that will be doing the clone needs to have available SATA cable slots (this pretty much means it has to be a Windows / Unix PC - most modern Macs do not feature SATA connectors).
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Hi Kit - this cable will allow you to connect your HDD to another computer to complete the clone, yes. The computer that will be doing the clone needs to have available SATA cable slots (this pretty much means it has to be a Windows / Unix PC - most modern Macs do not feature SATA connectors).
If you are looking to directly clone your hard drive using the Mac itself, I would look at the Anker SATA to USB connector - they aren't expensive and will do exactly what you need.
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By Storm & Lighthouse Ltd SELLER on 30 August 2016
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It's always the same when buying HDs and motherboards, it's standard. The Hard Drives use the right angle because it's easier for cable management, the cable attacked to the HD then heads straight down keeping the cables a little tidier. As far as the motherboard goes a right angle wouldn't always work, the SATA connec… see more It's always the same when buying HDs and motherboards, it's standard. The Hard Drives use the right angle because it's easier for cable management, the cable attacked to the HD then heads straight down keeping the cables a little tidier. As far as the motherboard goes a right angle wouldn't always work, the SATA connection aren't always in an ideal position for that. But be great if they were, they should be :) see less
By Brandon on 22 April 2016
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I don't think so. They are like normal Standard SATA cable. Except they are blue in colour. And Good quality and good Brand. Alternative is Startech Round black cables. These are even better quality.
By Bhaskar on 05 February 2016
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Only one is right angle
By Camazon Wustomer on 19 November 2014
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not required at all.
check the ssd should come with a sata cable

By P. Hughes on 05 May 2016
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They are backward compatible.
By Matthew66 on 20 May 2015
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These are high quality sata ports, in other words a data cable.
By Kalil on 11 November 2015