(b) Cabling troubles are purely down to the build quality achieved
by your supplier.  Generally with SATA cables what seems to work
best is to use cables that are as short as possible given that the
cables should have at least an inch of slack in them, and also the
cables should neither be strained, sharply kinked nor twisted.  Look
out for the practice of gathering a large bight of excess cable into

SATA cables are actually very touchy. too much i would say.
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