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    Slimline sata cable conecctions

    Hi,
    i need power conecctors schema off this cable in attachment
    on which conecctor power is?

    sorry for my bad english
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    The red wire is +5v and the black is ground. The flat cable is the SATA cable. So you connect red-to-red and black-to-black using an available power connector from your PSU.

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    this looks like it is for a slimline sata drive as there are no 3v or 12v lines on the cable

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    I need marked connections i dont have this cable, need this conecction to build it

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    1 Device Present
    2–3 5 V
    4 Manufacturing Diagnostic
    5–6 Ground

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_ATA

    edit: i dont know which side is pin 1 but it would probally be the key side
    |------------|
    | 1 2 3 4 5 6|
    |_-----------|
    |-|

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    ohhhhh thnx

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    Hello,
    I plan to build the power cable, too. Who knows how I have to connect:

    pin 1 Device Present
    and
    pin 4 Manufacturing Diagnostic

    mayby pin 1 with 5V and pin 4 with ground ???

    Yours faithfully
    Chris


    Quote Originally Posted by Virac View Post
    1 Device Present
    23 5 V
    4 Manufacturing Diagnostic
    56 Ground

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_ATA

    edit: i dont know which side is pin 1 but it would probally be the key side
    |------------|
    | 1 2 3 4 5 6|
    |_-----------|
    |-|

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    No, that's probably a quick way to fry your drive. DO NOT connect pin 1 or pin 4 to anything. Pin 1 doesn't say anything about 5v, and pin 4 says nothing about ground, why would you even think this is correct?

    Virac is correct, pin 1 is the key-side.
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