Anyone use rounded SCSI cables?
i dont see them performing any different then rounded ide cables. they should be fine.
I always heard teflon were better
Definitely if you want better case cooling.
Performance degradation? Microfractional. (yes, I did just make that word up)
Heh, if you use teflon nothing will stick to it
Like what Vehementi said, rounded SCSI cables are mainly used to increase air flow for better cooling in the case, whereas the standard flat ribbons block air flow. I highly doubt there's any performance increase. It'll more likely slow down the IDE access instead... like what Vehementi said
I could do with something like that, I think. Its not exactly a mess in there, but its getting there.
Hmmm...I guess I will go with some cool rounded SCSI cabels again to match my IDE cables! I will let you know if there is any performance decrease!