What is SATA 4pin?
This 6in 4 Pin LP4to SATA power adapter cable features one 4 Pin LP4 male connector and one female SATA power connector, allowing you to power a Serial ATA hard drive from a conventional LP4 connection, eliminating the need to upgrade the computer power supply for compatibility with the SATA hard drive.
What type of connector do SATA drives need?
A SATA cable uses a 7-pin connector that connects the hard drive to the motherboard. The same cable is also used to connect to other SSD devices.
What are the connectors on a SATA hard drive?
- 7-Pin SATA Data Connector. 7-Pin eSATA Data Connector.
- SATA 22-Pin Data/Power to 7-Pin SATA and 4-Pin Molex. SATA 15-pin power connector to 4-pin Molex LP4 connector.
What is the purpose of the 4pin power connector of SMPS?
The ATX 4-pin power supply connector is a standard motherboard power connector used to provide +12 VDC to the processor voltage regulator.
What is APH on an HDD?
That is the old power supply plug harddrive format. -50. cerulliulliulli • 9 yr. ago.
What do SATA connectors look like?
SATA Data cables are thin ribbon like cables with small identical 7 pin connectors on each end. The connectors measure no more than 1.5 x 0.4 cm and have distinguishable L-shaped notch for connection. Some SATA Data cables have a 90 degrees angled connectors.
What is a 4 pin Molex connector used for?
The Molex connector is used for power connections for a disk drive in a computer as well as for other computer components such as CD-ROM’s, graphic cards etc. The Molex connectors bring DC power to the drives inside a PC case. One computer can have several Molex connectors.
How many types of SATA connectors are there?
Types of SATA Cables There are two principle SATA cable connector types – power and data. The simplest way to identify the difference between the two types is that data is the smaller of the two (typically 7-pin) whereas power is larger (typically 15-pin).
What is a P4 power connector?
The P4 connector is a 12V power supply cable used with motherboards that have an Intel Pentium 4 or later processor. Today, the connector is a standard power connector and is used with both Intel and AMD motherboards.