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SilverStone CP11 World's Thinnest SATA Cable rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The SilverStone CP11 is in fact the world's thinnest SATA Cable. This cable is 300mm long, comes with blue wires, 2 black SATA connectors, capable of 6Gb/s speeds and has lateral 90° angled SATA connectors. It would be the perfect space and airflow solution for a super tiny computer build!


 

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Kingwin EZ-Dock2 USB3 Docking Station rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The Kingwin EZ-Dock2 USB3 Docking Station is compatible with 2.5" & 3.5" SATA I, II, III drives up to 3TB in size, it's USB3 & supports all Windows & MAC operating systems. This dock also does RAID 0, RAID 1, BIG & JBOD as well as can clone a drive without the OS.


 

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Teratrend TS431U External HDD Enclosure by SilverStone rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The Teratrend TS431U External HDD Enclosure is another excellent storage solution by SilverStone. This enclosure fits up to four 4TB 3.5" drives, has a tooless drive installation & removal, comes with an aluminum door, includes eSATA & USB3 connections & two 60mm fans. This is a fantastic external enclosure.


 

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Hard drive supplies back to pre-flood levels, but prices aren't

"Last October, flooding in Thailand took a huge bite out of hard disk drive supplies, taking out about a quarter of the world's HDD manufacturing capacity. The impact of that disaster has passed, and supply levels are back to near where they were before last October's disaster.

Microsoft improves Chkdsk

"In Windows 8 it looks like the ChkDsk utility will get a revamp to speed it up. Microsoft also tweaked NTFS, the Windows OS file system so that the NTFS "health model" conceived the machine's hard disk as a single unit that was either well or damaged, and took the machine completely offline and made unavailable to the end user while ChkDsk ran. In Windows 8, however, the NTFS scans for problems in the background while the system remains online, and an initial attempt to fix problems on-the-fly."

 
 
 

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