ViperLair checks out some Shielded Rounded IDE Cables... They compare them
to regular IDE cables and they'll let you know
if they're worth the extra $$$.
Unless we're talking about SCSI or proprietary devices, IDE cables are fat
and have a large amount of surface area, causing IDE to be one of the main culprits
when trying to find airflow obstruction. So, as many a computer "modder"
has done before, people started to improvise - they started to cut up their
cables lengthwise, and twist their cables, or enclose them in heat shrink-wrapping
or using cable ties to keep the wires tightly bound together, in a "rounded"