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Silverstone CP06 60mm + 43mm + 43mm + 43mm Four-in-one SATA Power Connectors with Power Stabilizing Capacitors

  • Black
  • 5 Connector Number
  • SATA
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General

Brand
Silverstone
Model
CP06
Type
SATA
Color
Black

Spec

Length
60mm + 43mm + 43mm + 43mm
Connector Number
5
Connector Detail
One to four right angle SATA 15pin connectors

Features

Features
Great aesthetics with all black cables

Continuous support for four sets of SATA drives and devices

Includes two 2200µF capacitors for stabilizing +12V and +5V voltages

Compatible with most cases with 43mm gap between each SATA connectors

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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  • STEWART A.
  • 12/27/2013 8:01:43 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsDo not buy unless you are SURE of dimensions

Pros: - Easy way to connect several drives at once
- Capacitors regulate voltages for stable power

Cons: Cables are VERY stiff - I as hoping to use them in a 5-drive bay and connect the remaining drive, but it was not possible. Unless your drives are precisely 43mm spaced as per specs, don't bother with this.

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  • Kevin P.
  • 12/19/2013 8:51:52 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggs

Pros: It provides power to the devices plugged into it.

Cons: The wires are too stiff. I was concerned about stress on the connectors of a stack of drives because the wires weren't bending enough.

SATA power connectors are keyed in an 'L' shape. The small arm of the male 'L' connector broke off after a single test connection.

Other Thoughts: With a stack of drives, the male connector plugs into a power supply connector at the top of the stack, and the connectors go down the stack. My P/S is mounted at the bottom of the case, so this product is sub-optimal for my application, but that's my fault for not researching better.

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  • Bryan A.
  • 12/8/2013 11:39:30 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat

Pros: It helps keep your computer clean by powering multiple devices with only one power connection.

Cons: Non, it does what it says great.

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  • Jason R.
  • 12/3/2013 5:29:35 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood buy

Pros: Made cable management so much easier in my case. No problems after a year.

Cons: none

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  • Wayne W.
  • 11/25/2013 10:40:11 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

1 out of 5 eggsJunk, bunk

Pros: Cable management.

Cons: Cheaply made. I bought mine from another source and what I got was junk. One of the SATA ports had one wire connected. None worked. I am unable to return it and manufacturer refuses to acknowledge my source and the warranty.

Other Thoughts: Buyer beware.

Manufacturer Response:

Hello and thank you for buying a SilverStone. I want to appologize for your experience with the CP06. If you would like to contact the US office we would be more than glad to see if we can help you in solving this issue.

You can contact our US office durring Monday through Friday, 8.30am to 5.00pm PST, on our phone number :1-909-465-9596

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  • 511 G.
  • 7/17/2013 8:47:51 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsA nice rounded package

Pros: Was installed in my new build case was the Corsair 600T ( read review on 600T ). Nice look in the optical bay Control Panel has a nice open area to Tuck away excess wires. Control panel has easy knobs are easy to operate. The LED strip is fully encased in a covering So the LEDs are protected there is plenty of length that I had 8 inches to spare. The adhesive on the back of the LED strip is a little week just make sure that your case is clean whip the case with some rubbing alcohol in the area that you're putting the strip so it adhere nicely put adequate pressure when Installing. And monitor it for a while.

Cons: That Newegg is completely sold out and I could not buy from them so this is one of a couple items I could not buy from Newegg and that sucks

Other Thoughts: Other than the adhesive which might need to have some stronger Adhesive added to it later it is a good production buy and will I buy it again.

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  • Jeffrey G.
  • 6/25/2013 5:29:51 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood product

Pros: Very good concept, execution is not great. Once installed, does wonders to clean up what would otherwise be a mess of cables.

Cons: The wires between the connectors are so rigid that connecting them to a stack of drives causes the ports on the drives to bend and flex as the cables want to stay straight. I almost gave up installing it for this reason. It was especially bad for me because I'm using a PERC6i controller with the 4-port breakout cable for SATA/single port SAS drives, which is basically a single connector that spans the power and data ports on the drive, has a single SATA data cable that goes back to the controller, and the power cable piggy backs onto the connector. This basically extends the connection to the drive another 1/4 or 1/3 of an inch, giving these rigid cables more leverage to bend and flex the connector on the drive.

Other Thoughts: I have a feeling these cables are solid core - maybe switching to a stranded core would make it more flexible without sacrificing the electrical capacity of the cable.

Only experienced builders should use these - it would be very easy for a novice to break the connectors off their drives trying to install these.

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  • Gopala D.
  • 6/12/2013 3:52:03 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWhat reviewer 'Wired" said

Pros: These things are awesome. Makes cable management look good from your window.

Cons: Just wanted to add a con that the connectors go up with respect to the bulky connector. So for those like me who think that the connector will hang down, nope. It sits in top. But like Wired said it's easy to hide this.

Also if you have a "4 in 3" HDD set up, the wires between the connectors have to be squished just a little.

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  • Cheryl L.
  • 6/7/2013 8:21:38 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThe Perfect Complement to a Multi Drive System

Pros: I build a lot of computers, and the biggest pain with wire management is always the storage subsystem. All PSU's have an excessive amount of length between the actual connectors, which at best results in quite a mess and at worst can actually put an immense amount of stress on the drives' SATA power connectors.
I make my own 100% custom, length to fit, individually sleeved (paracord or MDPC-X, heatshrink-less) cables for my personal builds, which allows me to simply use a punch down tool and place the connectors with the exact spacing so that there is zero slack but also zero pressure.
However, most people don't want to spend the extra two to four hundred dollars to have me do a full custom sleeving job with custom cables; apart from my own systems, this is pretty much limited to the high end enthusiast oriented builds I do.

I was always curious about this, not only due to the perfect spacing but also because of the use of in line capacitors. The thing with hard drives is that while they have meager power requirements during use, they can require up to 5-8x their "normal operating" voltage during spin up. In computers with one or two drives, this is not an issue at all. However, if you have 8 drives in your system, 6 of which are mechanical hard drives (ie my personal main gaming and work machine), those six drives can pull quite a lot of power through the cable during boot (I always set drives to never spin down while on, as it's a simple way to greatly reduce wear and tear).

I know from my work with professional audio that power stability is not only the most crucial aspect of any electronic device, but also one of the most overlooked. I have addressed the power coming from the wall (between wall and computer) courtesy of the quite honestly perfect TrippLite ISOBar8Ultra (4x pairs of isolated banks, with EMI/RFI filtration beyond 100dB, and voltage regulation/power line conditioning) as well as a CyberPower 2200va (1650W) PFC-compatible Uninterruptable Power Supply.
This reduced voltage fluctuations to less than 3mV, but it doesn't do anything to the power that has passed through the PSU heading to components, and computers are filled with interference.

This cable, after testing out two in my main PC and another 8 in my main home server (28x HDDs in 3 arrays via SAS9261-28i), is now something that I keep around at all times, and use in every build whether it's a budget AMD rig, a fully water Cooled behemoth, or even a 4-Processor Home Server that doubles as a Folding rig carrying 96-192GB RAM and as many as 48 internal HDDs.

I have now used 68 of these, with in-use times as long as 1.5yr 24/7, and have never had a single issue.

They clean up your case, improve voltage stability even with 8 drives connected and all spinning up simultaneously (using SATA Y cables to see), and improve airflow through drive cages.

Silverstone has continued their history of making massively over engineered, functional, and very affordab

Cons: Honestly, considering how much these do right, any "con" is going to be nitpicking...

The capacitors do make the attachment point fairly bulky, but it's usually extremely easy to hide this.

Doesn't perfectly line up with a mix of HDDs and SSDs in the same cage due to the very different form factors, but I have not seen it to really benefit SSDs anyway. Plus, I always run the SSDs off their own SATA power cable from the PSU, for both organizational reasons as well as to more evenly distribute the load over various wires.

The black looks great, especially since all the wires are a very strong black (no rainbow wires!), but I would really like to see it available in grey and especially white.

That's all I can think of.

Other Thoughts: My main rig has the following supported by this cable:
- 2x WD10EZEX 1TB HDDs in RAID0
- 1x Seagate 7200.14 2TB
- 1x WD RE 3TB
- 1x HGST Ultrastar 2TB
- 1x WD VelociRaptor 1TB
In addition, I have a Samsung 830 256GB SSD for OS and boot, with a Plextor M5P-Xtreme 512GB as my game drive.
This is in a system with a 3930K @ 4.94Ghz, Asus Rampage IV Extreme, 32GB DDR3-2296 9-10-10-27 1T G.Skill (Ripjaws Z) or 16GB DDR3-2598 9-12-11-31 1T (Trident X), 3x EVGA GTX670 FTW 2GB in SLI that I just replaced with 3x GTX780 3GB (1320core + 7260mem) due to wanting to run more than 8xAA at 2560x1440, LG Blu-Ray Burner, Aquacomputer Aquaero XT with 4x Power Station units, Lamptron FC-Touch 30W/ch fan controller, and it's all housed in a CaseLabs TH10 (120mm extended top, extended pedestal, 5x/ea Heavy Duty vertical/horizontal accessory bars and 2-5x/ea of every accessory plate they make, 4x Flex-Bay Drive Cages with fan mounts, heavy duty rad mounts) with an NZXT HALE90V2 1200W 80+Gold Full Modular PSU providing power (and with full custom cables).
It's fully water Cooled, with a Swiftech Apogee HD in White for CPU, MIPS R4E Ni/POM Motherboard Block Set, 2x 4-DIMM EK RAM blocks with universal adapters, 3x Heatkiller Hole Edition GPU Full Coverage blocks and backplates, and the Aquacomputer blocks for the Aquaero PCBs. Single loop, 2x MCP35X2 pumps (2 dual-pumps for 4 total), 2 Bitspower 400mL Reservoirs, over 150 Bitspower White Rotary Angled Fittings/Adapters/Extensions/etc, and of course, 2x Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta 560 (4x 140mm length with 8x Bgears Blasters push-pull each), 2x Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 560 rads (8x Bgears Blasters push-pull each), Watercool HTF4 Copper-Finned Ultra Premium 3x140 Rad (6x San Ace 140x38mm push-pull fans), and 2x Aquacomputer HTF4 Copper-Finned 1x140mm rads with P-P San Ace 140x38mm fans...

Point being, I have put a ton of time and hard earned money into my build, and I fully trust the Silverstone HDD cable.

I have done a bunch of testing with my quartet of Fluke Digital Multimeters to see the difference in voltage before and after the capacitors, including testing fluctuations during spin up, as well as testing everything else. Even sticking 4 Patriot Supersonic Boost XT 128GB USB3.0 flash drives in to work alongside the two SSD (one per HDD, to rule out outstanding IO variables), and transferring a total of 103GB from each NAND drive to each hard drive simultaneously (files range from over 50,000 4-24KB to as large as a single 33.8GB file, to force the drives to work hard), I never saw any voltages outside the margin of error.
I already know that my PSU has less than 13mV ripple, so I tested on a PC w a not so good PSU (ie 98-418mV ripple), but after adding one of these, the ripple going to the drives was reduced to around 25-38mV!!

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  • John D.
  • 4/29/2013 2:01:11 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggssilverstone Grandia GD08

Pros: Beautiful, big case...lots to like..more than ample storage for HDDs, solid state, etc...No problems with most of the cable routing, but there has to be some clutter depending on how much you hook up. It is a very elegant looking case that fits right in with my htpc setup. I use a Corsair modular PS so I dont any extra cables no being used. You can also buy extra modular cables from Silverstone if you need them.

Cons: getting the optical drive installed so that it opens correctly is problematic...most op drives will work but wider ones can cause one grief. Instruction manual is in several languages by category so the printing is very small..I needed a magnifying glass to be sure of what I was reading... I didn't give 5 eggs because of the problems with the optical drive installation.

Other Thoughts: I would like to see easier to read instructions and see the company address the optical drive installation..Don't understand why the opening isn't standard if you want to forego the spring loaded door.

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