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Titanium Power Plug

Does anyone here know - what power supply plug is required for the 
Titanium?

From the 'Elesar' site - it perhaps is the plug/socket in the far 
corner of the picture.

It is Ref "20 way Molex Mini Fit Jnr 3929-9202".

What connectors (Power/Data) are required for a SATA HardDrive?

Thanks
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In article <26b97ec155.cferris@cferris.freeuk.com>,
   <cferris@freeRemoveuk.com.invalid> wrote:
> Does anyone here know - what power supply plug is required for the 
> Titanium?
>
> From the 'Elesar' site - it perhaps is the plug/socket in the far 
> corner of the picture.
>
> It is Ref "20 way Molex Mini Fit Jnr 3929-9202".

It's a standard pitch ATX power supply connector. The only thing to watch is
there's also a 24 pin variant for thirsty x86's, but a careful check of the
PSU manual will often show this is a "20+4" connector and the end 4 ways snap
off if not needed.

> What connectors (Power/Data) are required for a SATA HardDrive?

One SATA data lead per drive, most ATX power supplies will have the slim SATA
power connectors on their connector bundles.
eg. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/200283036098

Alternatively, converters are available from old style 5.25" drive power
connectors to combined data+power for SATA.
eg. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/282172704347

Regards,
Elesar Sales.
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Elesar
9/19/2016 8:11:12 AM
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