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Connecting an ssd to a molex connector

Hi,

I have an old Dell Inspiron and I wanted to give it a boost by putting an ssd in it. But the connectors are molex connectors so would it be possible to put an SSD in it?

Here are the specs:

Dell Inspiron 545

CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200

M/b: Dell 0N826N

Ram: 5GB DDR2 | 1 Stick of 2GB Kingston 400Mhz | 3 Sticks of 1GB Samsung 400Mhz

GPU: Asus EAH5450 Series

PSU: 430Watts
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  2. Ijack said:


    Isn't that what I just said?
  3. Do you know how long it takes to compose a post, including finding the part on Amazon.

    If you're going to get iffy because my post happens to cross with yours then I won't bother trying to help in future.
  4. Ijack said:
    Do you know how long it takes to compose a post, including finding the part on Amazon.

    If you're going to get iffy because my post happens to cross with yours then I won't bother trying to help in future.


    Testy aren't we.
  5. Thank you and my psu would be strong enough to handle another ssd?
  6. Veziax said:
    Thank you and my psu would be strong enough to handle another ssd?


    SSD's use far less power than standard hard drives. I'd bet you could power 100 of them.
  7. Thanks for the help it's really appreciated!
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