3Ware SFF-8087 to discrete forward breakout cable

3Ware CBL-SFF8087OCF-1.0M, SFF-8087 to discrete forward breakout cable

Scan code: LN25184 Manufacturer code: CBL-SFF8087OCF-10M Request call
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* Forward breakout cables have a Multi-lane connector on the controller end and discrete connectors to the drives
Features • Length: 1.0m

• 3ware Controller Model:

- 9650SE (-4LPML, -8LPML, -12ML, -16ML)
- 9550SXU (-12ML, -16ML)

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12 months
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28 days
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1 months
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3Ware CBL-SFF8087OCF-1.0M, SFF-8087 to discrete forward breakout cable is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 3Ware CBL-SFF8087OCF-1.0M It's a cable. It's red. It worked perfectly out of the box. It's what you need to connect 4 SATA drives to a SAS controller. It's long at 1.0m, yet it was easy to keep the install neat and tidy as the cable is flexible and all four channels lie flat against one another. The numbering of the connectors seemed to be incorrect as my controller card's bios reported the logical drive numbers differently, which was easily fixed with a sharpie. On second thought that could be the connector on the card having non-standard pin configuration. Who knows? I've used it with 4 drives in an unRAID build and transferred several TB's of data without issue. Overall this is a decent cable.
Date published: 2015-09-29
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