• StarTech.com 12in LP4 to 2X Right Angle Latching SATA Power Y Cable Splitter - 4 Pin LP4 to Dual 90 Degree Latching SATA Y Splitter
  • StarTech.com 12in LP4 to 2X Right Angle Latching SATA Power Y Cable Splitter - 4 Pin LP4 to Dual 90 Degree Latching SATA Y Splitter
  • StarTech.com 12in LP4 to 2X Right Angle Latching SATA Power Y Cable Splitter - 4 Pin LP4 to Dual 90 Degree Latching SATA Y Splitter
  • StarTech.com 12in LP4 to 2X Right Angle Latching SATA Power Y Cable Splitter - 4 Pin LP4 to Dual 90 Degree Latching SATA Y Splitter
StarTech.com 12in LP4 to 2X Right Angle Latching SATA Power Y Cable Splitter - 4 Pin LP4 to Dual 90 Degree Latching SATA Y Splitter
StarTech.com 12in LP4 to 2X Right Angle Latching SATA Power Y Cable Splitter - 4 Pin LP4 to Dual 90 Degree Latching SATA Y Splitter
StarTech.com 12in LP4 to 2X Right Angle Latching SATA Power Y Cable Splitter - 4 Pin LP4 to Dual 90 Degree Latching SATA Y Splitter
StarTech.com 12in LP4 to 2X Right Angle Latching SATA Power Y Cable Splitter - 4 Pin LP4 to Dual 90 Degree Latching SATA Y Splitter

StarTech.com 12in LP4 to 2X Right Angle Latching SATA Power Y Cable Splitter - 4 Pin LP4 to Dual 90 Degree Latching SATA Y Splitter

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  • 1x LP4 power connector
  • 2x Right-Angle Latching SATA Power Receptacles
  • Provides 12" in cable length

Customer Reviews

The good stuff, not the cheap stuff. You never know what you're getting when you buy inexpensive cables with a molex power connector on one end.Some of the products are robust and feature good quality connectors and wires, and some are a joke and you're lucky if you get 1-2 insertions out of them before the connector starts to come apart.This is a good quality product. It's not cheap, low-gauge wire with stiff, laughable insulation like many of the products. The wire is of reasonable gauge and is nicely spry and flexible. The connector holds together, the male pins aren't all over the place at weird angles or flopping about to interfere with insertion, and the connection it makes is good.Happy with this purchase and would buy again if needed. 5It's a solid SATA to Molex connector which works great for when you don't want to add an entire ... It's a solid SATA to Molex connector which works great for when you don't want to add an entire strand of molex connectors to your modular power supply just to hook up one thing. Wish the wires were a singular color or sleeved, but such is life in the computer world. 4It is a power cable. I had absolutely no problems with this product. There is only so much one can write about a power cable: It was the correct length, it seems to be made of legit materials, not flimsy. This was handy for connecting an older component to newer SATA-only connections. It came in a small plastic zip-seal bag, adequately protected by a padded envelope. It was delivered at the beginning of the estimated delivery timeframe. There are many different models so make sure you select the correct plugs and cord length before ordering. 5Works great, connects tightly Nothing like having to buy a seven dollar ten cent cable and then overnighting it via Prime for another four bucks because you're an idiot and built a 30TB RAID that needs to be up in 24hrs without realizing you are out of molex power connections for your RAID expander card. Yup I did. Thank goodness Amazon has such computer accessories that are Prime eligible for idiots like me.So just to clarify for those that need it, this takes the standard female SATA power lead from your PSU (typically for a hard drive or optical drive) and converts it to a female molex for connection to a hard drive, expander card, etc. that needs molex power. In my case, I used all my available molex for my RAID backplane and was left with just SATA power. I needed just one more molex and this provided it. 5For connecting to front panel. I have a front panel that fits in a 5-1/4" drive bay. Besides the usual card reader and USB ports, it has SATA and eSATA ports, as well as a power port. The problem is that the power port is a male connection, the same as most adapters and extension cables. This adapter solves the problem. I can now power up a drive, and access it. It is great for when you need temporary access to a drive, or if you want to use the secure erase function of a drive. 5It's amazing what you can find on the internet It's amazing what you can find on the internet. 15 years ago, I would never have been able to find something like this. I bought a relatively new style add-on card, but oddly enough, it had a Molex connector on it. The Molex connectors I had in my case were already used, but I still had a couple of SATA connectors left. This adapater was an easy fix for my situation and save a lot of moving things around and other headaches. It works perfectly and have had no issues with it since the time it was purchased. A+! 5So far it's doing what I asked... Not too much to this cable. I purchased an NZXT HUE2 RGB Controller and it required a molex power supply, but I didn't have one available but I had plenty of SATA power supplies. So I purchased this adapter and it's properly powering my HUE2 with no issues. Build quality is decent. I've only been using it a couple of days, but I have no reason to think it won't last a long time. 5A Must Have Item..... This item works to give you the ability to power a SATA drive from an older type IDE power connection and the other way around. In my case, I have a power supply that I needed to power a couple of newer SATA drives, but my power supply didn't have enough SATA type plugs. I was able to use this adapter to use two older type IDE power plugs to power up the two drives without a problem. Also if you have a older system whose PS doesn't have SATA type plugs, this can be used to give you a SATA connector you can use from the old style connector. (You might have to find the best way to arrange the plugs but they are a real bonus when mixing older drives with newer ones.) Great item to keep on hand. 5Perfect for compact builds or older PSUs with more Molex than useful ends. The Molex pins weren't bent or anything, and the SATA end slid right into place. If your PSU doesn't have enough SATA, this is a great way to get an extra power port. That said, Molex can support several SATA power cables, so I try to buy extras usually. This was a tight build and I needed just the one.Thanks StarTech for always having the random cables I need to finish a PC build. 5Perfect for Alienware SSD upgrade Dell is currently charging $350 to add a 256GB SSD drive (most likely Liteon) to the x51 model currently selling for $1149. There isn't even an option for adding an SSD to the lower cost x51 models. (I purchased the model one step below this base price but containing the GTX 760 ti graphic card, assuming it's the graphic card that matters most and not so much the CPU).Guess what? You can buy a Samsung Evo 250GB SSD drive on Amazon for $153.99. Pay yourself $200 for doing the following:Read instructions for installing an SSD by an Alienware enthusiast after doing a search for "PYO1LP4SATA upgrade alienware". The upgrade is very easy and does not take too long. What does take long is installing Windows 8 and Alienware Command Center on your new SSD drive.Installing an SSD is much easier than you think -- I open up my computer case once every 3-4 years, so while I may seem knowledgeable relative to the average consumer I am by no means an expert or comfortable with computers.One thing the instructions do not mention are the following: 1) you need a sata cable in addition to this power y cable; 2) if your original HDD is small enough, first see if there is software that comes with your SSD drive that will copy over all data and settings onto the SSD because reinstalling from scratch was very time consuming; 3) if you reinstall everything from scratch, you will need to find copies of Alienware Command Center and a few drivers. Do a search for "Product support for Alienware X51 R2" or whatever your model is to get the relevant page.I am pleased with the results of adding an SSD to my x51 r2. It takes about 10 seconds to load BF4, and restarting the system computer after an update takes just a few seconds. This is super compared to painfully long loading times I experienced with my previous computer running on a HDD. You might think it doesn't matter so much, but I tell you once you experience it it's super -- like going from picking cotton manually to the cotton gin.One more thing that may be relevant to Alienware x51 upgraders: the original 1TB drive that comes with the Alienware x51 r2 is a Western Digital Blue. I replaced mine with a 3TB Western Digital Black -- I wanted a drive that supposedly has a low chance of failure because it's where I want to store and access all my family photos and videos. It's working well so far. 5
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Description
  • 1x LP4 power connector
  • 2x Right-Angle Latching SATA Power Receptacles
  • Provides 12" in cable length
Reviews

Customer Reviews

The good stuff, not the cheap stuff. You never know what you're getting when you buy inexpensive cables with a molex power connector on one end.Some of the products are robust and feature good quality connectors and wires, and some are a joke and you're lucky if you get 1-2 insertions out of them before the connector starts to come apart.This is a good quality product. It's not cheap, low-gauge wire with stiff, laughable insulation like many of the products. The wire is of reasonable gauge and is nicely spry and flexible. The connector holds together, the male pins aren't all over the place at weird angles or flopping about to interfere with insertion, and the connection it makes is good.Happy with this purchase and would buy again if needed. 5It's a solid SATA to Molex connector which works great for when you don't want to add an entire ... It's a solid SATA to Molex connector which works great for when you don't want to add an entire strand of molex connectors to your modular power supply just to hook up one thing. Wish the wires were a singular color or sleeved, but such is life in the computer world. 4It is a power cable. I had absolutely no problems with this product. There is only so much one can write about a power cable: It was the correct length, it seems to be made of legit materials, not flimsy. This was handy for connecting an older component to newer SATA-only connections. It came in a small plastic zip-seal bag, adequately protected by a padded envelope. It was delivered at the beginning of the estimated delivery timeframe. There are many different models so make sure you select the correct plugs and cord length before ordering. 5Works great, connects tightly Nothing like having to buy a seven dollar ten cent cable and then overnighting it via Prime for another four bucks because you're an idiot and built a 30TB RAID that needs to be up in 24hrs without realizing you are out of molex power connections for your RAID expander card. Yup I did. Thank goodness Amazon has such computer accessories that are Prime eligible for idiots like me.So just to clarify for those that need it, this takes the standard female SATA power lead from your PSU (typically for a hard drive or optical drive) and converts it to a female molex for connection to a hard drive, expander card, etc. that needs molex power. In my case, I used all my available molex for my RAID backplane and was left with just SATA power. I needed just one more molex and this provided it. 5For connecting to front panel. I have a front panel that fits in a 5-1/4" drive bay. Besides the usual card reader and USB ports, it has SATA and eSATA ports, as well as a power port. The problem is that the power port is a male connection, the same as most adapters and extension cables. This adapter solves the problem. I can now power up a drive, and access it. It is great for when you need temporary access to a drive, or if you want to use the secure erase function of a drive. 5It's amazing what you can find on the internet It's amazing what you can find on the internet. 15 years ago, I would never have been able to find something like this. I bought a relatively new style add-on card, but oddly enough, it had a Molex connector on it. The Molex connectors I had in my case were already used, but I still had a couple of SATA connectors left. This adapater was an easy fix for my situation and save a lot of moving things around and other headaches. It works perfectly and have had no issues with it since the time it was purchased. A+! 5So far it's doing what I asked... Not too much to this cable. I purchased an NZXT HUE2 RGB Controller and it required a molex power supply, but I didn't have one available but I had plenty of SATA power supplies. So I purchased this adapter and it's properly powering my HUE2 with no issues. Build quality is decent. I've only been using it a couple of days, but I have no reason to think it won't last a long time. 5A Must Have Item..... This item works to give you the ability to power a SATA drive from an older type IDE power connection and the other way around. In my case, I have a power supply that I needed to power a couple of newer SATA drives, but my power supply didn't have enough SATA type plugs. I was able to use this adapter to use two older type IDE power plugs to power up the two drives without a problem. Also if you have a older system whose PS doesn't have SATA type plugs, this can be used to give you a SATA connector you can use from the old style connector. (You might have to find the best way to arrange the plugs but they are a real bonus when mixing older drives with newer ones.) Great item to keep on hand. 5Perfect for compact builds or older PSUs with more Molex than useful ends. The Molex pins weren't bent or anything, and the SATA end slid right into place. If your PSU doesn't have enough SATA, this is a great way to get an extra power port. That said, Molex can support several SATA power cables, so I try to buy extras usually. This was a tight build and I needed just the one.Thanks StarTech for always having the random cables I need to finish a PC build. 5Perfect for Alienware SSD upgrade Dell is currently charging $350 to add a 256GB SSD drive (most likely Liteon) to the x51 model currently selling for $1149. There isn't even an option for adding an SSD to the lower cost x51 models. (I purchased the model one step below this base price but containing the GTX 760 ti graphic card, assuming it's the graphic card that matters most and not so much the CPU).Guess what? You can buy a Samsung Evo 250GB SSD drive on Amazon for $153.99. Pay yourself $200 for doing the following:Read instructions for installing an SSD by an Alienware enthusiast after doing a search for "PYO1LP4SATA upgrade alienware". The upgrade is very easy and does not take too long. What does take long is installing Windows 8 and Alienware Command Center on your new SSD drive.Installing an SSD is much easier than you think -- I open up my computer case once every 3-4 years, so while I may seem knowledgeable relative to the average consumer I am by no means an expert or comfortable with computers.One thing the instructions do not mention are the following: 1) you need a sata cable in addition to this power y cable; 2) if your original HDD is small enough, first see if there is software that comes with your SSD drive that will copy over all data and settings onto the SSD because reinstalling from scratch was very time consuming; 3) if you reinstall everything from scratch, you will need to find copies of Alienware Command Center and a few drivers. Do a search for "Product support for Alienware X51 R2" or whatever your model is to get the relevant page.I am pleased with the results of adding an SSD to my x51 r2. It takes about 10 seconds to load BF4, and restarting the system computer after an update takes just a few seconds. This is super compared to painfully long loading times I experienced with my previous computer running on a HDD. You might think it doesn't matter so much, but I tell you once you experience it it's super -- like going from picking cotton manually to the cotton gin.One more thing that may be relevant to Alienware x51 upgraders: the original 1TB drive that comes with the Alienware x51 r2 is a Western Digital Blue. I replaced mine with a 3TB Western Digital Black -- I wanted a drive that supposedly has a low chance of failure because it's where I want to store and access all my family photos and videos. It's working well so far. 5
See All Reviews
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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