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|Connector Angle||Straight to Right|
|Connectors||SATA "L" Type Right Angle, SATA "L" Type|
|Alternate Part Numbers||LP30SR127 5"
Allowed my GeForce 8800GT to fit in my Gateway DX4720-03 Review by videopanda
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I have a Gateway DX4720-03 that I started playing games on, specifically Portal. The onboard nForce 7100 GPU would run the game, but only with all the graphics settings set to low. Eventually, I had to run the game in a window at the lowest resolution and even then the frame rate was lagging. I decided I needed a video card.
I purchased a GeForce 8800GT because it supposed to be a decent video card, for my needs anyway, and nVidia released drivers for it after working with Valve to create better driver support for Linux because of Steam. I also upgraded my power supply to a Corsair CX 430M.
I installed the video card, but the length of the card overlaps the SATA connections on the mother board. I tried using the original SATA cables that had 90 degree connectors, but they were too tall. I needed low-profile connectors but wasn't sure if they existed. A quick search online pointed me to Tom's Hardware where someone mentioned this site and linked to it. I took a chance, ordered the cables, and they were delivered within a week.
I measured the height of the original 90 SATA cables, which are 16mm. The low-profile cables gave me just over 4mm of clearance which allowed the video card to fit. Now I am happy. I can run Portal at maximum graphics settings and Ubuntu is no longer a frustatingly slow experience (nVidia doesn't support the nForce 7100 under Linux). (Posted on 5/17/2013)
Great cable Review by Putzing
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Fits perfectly in our HP d530 Ultra slim PCs. (Posted on 1/3/2013)