Molex 4 Pin to 2 x 15 Pin SATA Power Cable for IDE to Serial ATA SATA Hard Drive Power Cable Adapter
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- Converts one Molex (4-pin) plug into 2 SATA (15-pin)
- Use to adapt older power supply units for use with new SATA devices
- Simple to install
- Upgrades your PC for faster SATA hard drives/optical drives
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|Item Dimensions||2.5 x 4.2 x 0.2 in||5.8 x 5.9 x 0.8 in||4.92 x 8.86 x 1.18 in||3.54 x 4.92 x 0.39 in||5.8 x 5.9 x 0.8 in||0.82 x 3.54 x 4.53 in|
Molex 4 Pin To 2 X 15 Pin Sata Power Cable For Ide To Serial Ata Sata Hard Drive Power Cable Adapter
Top customer reviews
It is lucky that I have learned from years of experience to never shut the case before testing, or I would not have seen the smoke and would have likely lost my computer. Luckily the short was in this pathetic cable and my twin drives were likely spared, but I have not had a chance to test them.
Do not buy this wire, it isn't worth losing your entire system over.
The cable I received was pinned out correctly and none of the wires were lose. The build quality was OK.
If you need more SATA power cables I highly recommend getting a SATA Y splitter instead. The only reason I would use one of these would be to add SATA power to an older power supply that has none at all. And even then I would be careful only to connect devices that use only 12V or 5V