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24inch 4pin MOLEX Male to (4) 15pin SATA II Female Power Cable (Net Jacket)
Warning! The Molex connector provides only 5 and 12 VDC power. While many SATA drives only require these power levels, some require the additional 3.3 VDC power provided for in the SATA specification. Make sure your drive does not require 3.3 VDC before purchasing this adapter cable.
Not a con, but the wire is 20AWG, slightly less than the standard 18AWG.
PROS: Good quality and cheap enough to salvage the connectors
PROS: Gets the job done.
CONS: Moltex connector, Would have been happier with sata power connector.
PROS: worked as expected
CONS: none that i can think of
PROS: The connectors come apart quite easily which allows easy construction of custom length cables.
Only problem I had is that I had to wiggle the wires and use a bit of force to fit the molex connector to one of mine.
Thought I could live maybe without a DVD Drive (and floppy drive), but the DVD drive is too useful. This connector pretty much saved me from disconnecting a bunch of hard drives, for me to enable the use of my DVD drive.
PROS: Good length for Antec P280
CONS: Molex can by finnicky to connect
PROS: work as expected.
PROS: Inexpensive. Well-made. Fast Delivery. Exactly what I expected.
CONS: None, really.
Monoprice has long been the "secret sauce" of professional productions, providing good to excellent quality items for *far* below the market average. In fact, Monoprice (in typical Monoprice fashion) has actually been putting pressure on other suppliers simply by *increasing* the quality of the products they offer, while *often lowering the price*!
This is phenomenal. This is unheard of. This is, well, Monoprice.
It's not that I'm terribly excited by a power adapter it's just that I've used Monoprice for years for everything from these adapters (inexpensive) to cables (inexpensive) to the astounding 27" IPS monitors (*still* inexpensive and in some cases, even lower priced now than I paid for it!). I rarely take the time to review or compliment Monoprice, but it's been too long, and they deserve a (yet another) positive review from a long-time, always satisfied customer.
By the way, I do not work for Monoprice, have no personal or financial interests in Monoprice, nor am I influenced by *anything* other than a determination to get my money's worth whenever and wherever possible.
One more note: It would be enough if Monoprice simply provided great deals, but they also (and this is fairly rare in this industry, or any other) provide *excellent*, knowledgeable service and support. They don't make you wait, they clearly let you know what they can do and then they actually *do* it.
Remarkable. Satisfying. Not surprising, though it's *Monoprice*.
PROS: Well made, low price. Notably better than many, if not most, of "equivalent" competing products available.
PROS: works excellent I have 4 connections set up in a hp dc 7900 mod for extra harddrives this connection works flawlessly for it perfect highly recommended
PROS: Great length. Sleeved. Expansion for four. I might actually buy another one of these for my other PC.
CONS: It wasn't free? None that I could find.