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Type-C USB 3.1Gen2 Cable for DA2 Chassis £20.50
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Streacom Type-C USB 3.1Gen2 Cable for DA2 Chassis

The USB E2C cable is designed as a direct replacement for the existing USB Type-C 3.0 19Pin cable pre-installed in the chassis, bringing support for newer motherboards that feature USB3.1 Gen2 ports.

Features

  1. Type-E USB3.1 Gen2 replacement cable
  2. Suitable for the DA2
  3. Simple installation

Suitable for cases that feature Streacom’s Type-C front I/O module (for example the DA2), installation is easily done by replacing the existing cable secured by two screws either side of the Type-C cable socket housing.


SpecificationsST-USB-E2C-400
SKUST-USB-E2C-400
Cable Type USB3.1 Gen2
Connector Type Type-E to Type-C
Length 40cm
Colour Black
Warranty24 months
EAN barcode8718469091355
SpecificationsST-USB-E2C-400
SKUST-USB-E2C-400
Cable Type USB3.1 Gen2
Connector Type Type-E to Type-C
Length 40cm
Colour Black
Warranty24 months
EAN barcode8718469091355

Customer Reviews

Good, but short!

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It works and it is excellent to be able to update such an expensive case. However it is very short. If your motherboard is like mine, the port for the cable is on the back edge near the I/O, it can reach but it has to stretch acrross the middle of the case and cannot be re-routed behind the mobo neatly so is a bit of of an annoyance blocking airflow and interfering with cpu cooler, ram etc.

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“Ordered media PC is great, and the service received was also amazing. 2 points that may make the PC even better:

1) The gigabyte keyboard feels a bit “cheap”, a better quality keyboard would be better

2) I need to take great care when placing in / getting CDs / DVDs out of the PC, as there isn’t a soft piece of felt on the upper and lower edges of the DVD opening of the case, like there is one in a car’s CD player for example. As such I scratched a DVD a bit when getting it out of the PC. I guess however that’s feedback to the case manufacturer.”

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