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"The SilverStone CP06 Cables comes in two different models, the CP06-E2 and the CP06-E4. Both are almost identical with flexible cables, 15pin SATA connectors and two 2200μF capacitors for stabilizing voltages, but the E2 has two SATA connectors and is intended for 2.5" drives, while the E4 has four SATA connectors and can be used on 2.5" or 3.5" drives. These cables reduce the clutter behind the drives as well as making it easier and safer to connect drives." ~3dGameMan.com

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