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Molex IDE to Serial ATA Power Adapter Cable (Single) €3.09
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Quiet PC Molex IDE to Serial ATA Power Adapter Cable (Single)

Converts a 4-pin hard drive Molex power plug to a Serial ATA power plug

This handy cable is very useful if you need to add a SATA hard drive or SSD to your PC but don’t have any spare SATA power cables coming from your power supply. It will convert an older 4-pin Molex style plug to a newer slim black SATA plug.

Features

  1. Has a 4-pin Molex plug at one end, and a SATA power socket at the other
  2. Useful when adding extra hard drives when no spare SATA power connectors are available
  3. Excellent quality, great value and easy to install
  4. Approximately 20cm long

SpecificationsSATA power cable
Length20cm approx.
Weight8g approx.
Converts fromPower supply Molex 4-pin HDD socket (white)
Converts toHDD/SSD SATA power connector (black)
Warranty24 months
SpecificationsSATA power cable
Length20cm approx.
Weight8g approx.
Converts fromPower supply Molex 4-pin HDD socket (white)
Converts toHDD/SSD SATA power connector (black)
Warranty24 months

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Excellent quality cable and decent price. Their staff goes out of the way to help.

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