StarTech.com Announces Custom Designed Video Cables in Hard-to-Find Lengths

"StarTech.com today announced the launch of its new line of custom-designed video cables with unique lengths."

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StarTech.com today announced the launch of its new line of custom-designed video cables with unique lengths. Well known for providing connectivity and technology solutions that are hard to find, StarTech.com is constantly innovating its offerings and the new series is part of its endeavors to continue the same.

The new cable line-up is targeted at devices that support high-resolution and high-definition performance and come with outputs including DisplayPort, HDMI, VGA, and DVI.  The cables are fully compatible with video splitters and switches too. StarTech.com has released the cables in varying and multiple lengths so as to meet the requirements of every possible user.

The DVI and DisplayPort device cables come in lengths ranging from 1 feet to 50 feet, while those for HDMI can be purchased in lengths up to 80 feet. VGA cables on the other hand can stretch up to 100 feet in length without any drop in quality or signal integrity. Depending on the application, StarTech.com has also equipped many of its new cables with specialized, angled connector ends so that they can easily be used in confined or tight spaces without putting any strain on the cable itself.

Talking about the new cables, Keith Rodrigues, Senior Product Manager for StarTech.com said, “The special design of these cables is a perfect example of StarTech.com’s commitment to providing our customers with an unmatched selection of hard-to-find connectivity solutions. While many other companies only offer a few options of cable lengths, our customers are able to get the exact type of cable they want in the exact length they need it. The benefits are not only price but also efficiency, as they don’t pay for extra cable length they don’t need, or have to deal with unnecessary clutter. The cables also carry a lifetime performance guarantee, which ensures that customers get the quality and reliability they need to build first class solutions.”

The different cables announced today are available in the following unique lengths:

VGA Cables: 13 lengths available (1, 3, 6, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 50, 55, 75 and 100 feet lengths)

HDMI Cables: 13 lengths available (1, 3, 6, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 and 80 feet lengths)

DVI Cables: 10 lengths available (1, 3, 6, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40 and 50 feet lengths)

DisplayPort Cables: 10 lengths available (1, 3, 6, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 50 feet lengths)

All of these cables are already available directly from the StarTech.com online store as well as most major distribution partners.

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18-12-2010, 19:10:34

Will T.
Hi, I'm new here and I would like some advice on the parts for a new rig for a friend of mine. He has a budget of £600 and I have compiled a list of parts for it. I was wondering if anyone thought any of it could be changed for the better or generally what people thought of the rig. The specs are:

CPU: Intel i5 760
Motherboard: MSI P55-GD65
Memory: 4GB OCZ gold DDR3 1333Mhz
Graphics: MSI GeForce GTX 460 HAWK
PSU: OCZ ModXStream Pro 500w
HDD Seagate Barracuda 500GB 7200rpm
Case: Zalman Z7 PLUS
Optical Drive: Sony 24xDVD-RW
Cooling: Scythe Mugen 2 Rev.B

All replies welcome.

Thanks,

Will

18-12-2010, 19:40:00

AlienALX
Power supply = crap

Memory = crap

Cooling = for what that costs get a Frio, or, something better. But the Mugen will cut you.

Case = yeah I kinda like those.

Rest = seems fine to me. But FFS don't get an OCZ psu unless it's not made by them (hint - only the Fatal1ty 750w is made by Highpower USA, all the others are taiwanese tat) and avoid their memory. There are other, better memory solutions on the market (hint - all of them but OCZ).

19-12-2010, 04:51:51

Will T.
Thanks Alien, what don't you like about the Scythe Mugen because all the reviews i've read say it's a good performer for a budget. Also, what would you think if I changed the power supply to a Corsair CX500 and the memory to Mushkin 4GB DDR3 1333Mhz?

19-12-2010, 07:41:29

Aurus_OC


Thanks Alien, what don't you like about the Scythe Mugen because all the reviews i've read say it's a good performer for a budget. Also, what would you think if I changed the power supply to a Corsair CX500 and the memory to Mushkin 4GB DDR3 1333Mhz?




He will be eternally grateful. :P
About the Scythe Mugen, well I can't tell you much about it because I have never used but everbody is using and recommending Noctua coolers for a reason. They are the best air coolers on the planet atm.

19-12-2010, 07:52:08

Zeals
I wouldn't get a Frio, since it's a louder than a blacksmith, but if noise isn't an issue for you, it would be a good cooler since it does cool extremely well.

Mushkin Silverline is a good choice of RAM.

19-12-2010, 07:54:06

SnW
http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/systems/how_to_build_a_600_gaming_pc/1

19-12-2010, 13:57:51

Will T.
Thanks guys. Any other cheap air coolers I should look at or some that I should steer clear of?

19-12-2010, 16:00:35

MeltedDuron
I'd avoid thermaltake like the plague. a Noctua would be a much better investment than any other part of the spec, hell get rid of the dvdrw and use the £20 you save towards the Noctua.

I'd say you're fine with that PSU for that spec, there's way too much hype about Corsair going on when they're all rebranded Seasonics. At one time OCZ made the best PSU's on the market, the 500w OCZ will be fine, or a nice Enermax. Anything that isn't bottom drawer generic crap will handle the rig fine.

Have a look at TTL's excellent £600 gaming rig guide here: http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/systems/how_to_build_a_600_gaming_pc/1 for ideas, I would definitely ditch the OCZ RAM though. Mushkins would be a much better investment.

19-12-2010, 16:04:58

Alicarve


I wouldn't get a Frio, since it's a louder than a blacksmith, but if noise isn't an issue for you, it would be a good cooler since it does cool extremely well.

Mushkin Silverline is a good choice of RAM.



it's only loud if you have the fans at full whack then its like an aeroplane but on lowest i can't hear it at all and all my temps on my i7 920 oc 3.8ghz stay under 70 degrees at full load but doesn't handle 4ghz well, i would just go for the noctua nh-d14, its not that much more and will out perform the rest

corsair psu are reliable and mushkin ram are good oc they are the key choice for people at the moment
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