Solved SSD and HDD SATA power cable Tags: Hard Drives SATA Cable Power SSD Storage Last response: December 13, 2012 5:23 AM in Storage Share BMF96 December 13, 2012 1:57:43 AM I have one HDD and one SSD. Both SATA data cables are plugged in. Should I use single or dual power cable? What would be different if I used dual instead of single? More about : ssd hdd sata power cable Best solution SchizTech a c 75 G Storage December 13, 2012 2:14:44 AM As long as both have a power cable attached it doesn't make a difference. Share BMF96 December 13, 2012 5:23:43 AM Best answer selected by BMF96. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedCan a sata cable power both the optical drive and a hdd Forum SolvedPower SATA cable and SSD issue Forum SolvedNZXT 440h SSD SATA power cable issue Forum SolvedTwo SSD's on one sata power cable Forum AGH! Samsung Evo SSD didn't come with SATA cable. Is there anyway to transfer data from HDD to SSD some other way? Forum how can I clone my new ssd when I only have two sata slots both used by dvd and existing hdd? Is there a piggy back cable avai Forum Solved3.5 HDD, SSD, and BD Combo on one Power Cable? Forum How to check laptop sata/power cable for HDD? Forum What SATA power cable do I need for my HDD? Forum Should OCZ Vertex 4 SSD be the only device on SATA power cable? Forum SSD failed using Molex -> SATA power adapter cable Forum Can sata hdd be on same power cable as optical drive? Forum SolvedProblem connecting Notebook's HDD to SATA cable. Forum SolvedMultiple devices to one SATA power cable Forum SolvedSSD S-ATA III special cable? Forum SolvedSDD HDD Not detected through SATA-USB 3.0 cable. Forum SolvedSSD Sata3 6GB/s and Cable/Motherboard Compatibility Forum SolvedUSB-to-SATA3 cable compatible with Samsung 840EVO SSD Forum SolvedIDE/SATA cable AC Power Converter Forum SolvedUpgrading from an IDE HDD to a SATA SSD and HDD Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !