4-Pin Molex V. SATA Power Tags: Hard Drives SATA Power Storage Last response: May 29, 2010 11:55 PM in Storage Share Forte125 May 29, 2010 8:48:12 PM I have a SATA hard drive with two possible power inputs, a 4-Pin and a SATA. Is one better than the other to power the hard drive? More about : pin molex sata power sminlal a c 415 G Storage May 29, 2010 11:55:15 PM It shouldn't matter. Use whichever works best for the way the power cables are routed in your system. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedShould 4-pin Molex connector or 15-pin SATA power connector be used to connect to SATA HDD? Forum SolvedRewiring a SATA power cable with a 4-pin female Molex? Forum Using a SATA power to 4-pin molex adapter on SSD Forum SolvedMolex to 4pin cpu power. Forum SolvedCan I Convert Two 4pin Molex Connectors to 6pin PCIe to power AMD HD7870 Forum Is it ok to connect two old smps 80mm fans in series by a 4-pin molex connector in 12v connection? Forum 15pin sata adapter to 4pin molex adapter Forum Power Supply with 12 x 4-pin molex peripheral connectors Forum SolvedOlder Power Supply - Can I just add molex to sata power connectors? Forum 4pin molex connector on atx power supply and mobos ? Forum Problem - 3-pin Mobo Header, but 4-pin Fan Power (not molex) Forum An available 4-pin Molex hard drive power dongle?? Forum SolvedSata power extension or MOLEX Forum Will a 4-pin FAN work on a 3-pin adapter powered by Molex ? Forum can i add molex fan silencer to one of the 4pin molex cable which powers my gpu???? Forum SolvedSafe to use an 4-pin to 8-pin 12v ATX power connector? Forum SolvedOne of my PSU cables has both SATA power and Molex on the same cable. Can I use it to run my HDDs AND fans? Forum Solved4pin to SATA power cable Forum Need 4-pin to SATA Power cable that fits Port on Motherboard in HP DC6000 Forum CPU power connector (ATX12V , 4pin) cause boot problem Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !