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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.
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Product # 8794
Do you have a Molex 4 pin Female to four 15-pin SATA female?
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.
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.
My power supply simply lacked the number of sata power I needed for all my drives, however it had a molex...So I just looked up the wattage spec and went with this...
Plugged it in, and it worked without any messing around.
PROS: Allows one to split one molex power between multiple sata drives