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This review is from: StarTech 6" 4 Pin Molex to SATA Power Cable Adapter SATAPOWADAP
Pros: Cheap, Works
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: 1x 4 Pin Molex to 6 Pin PCI-E Power Adapter Converter Graphics Card Cable
Pros: Cheap, uses a single Molex adapter, but that is the problem.
Cons: Cheap make, connector came right off the wires.
Not suitable for Graphics Cards (contrary to what the seller states) because this will be running half of the required power from one line, if not more. For example, if you have a PCI-E Graphics Card that requires 2 6-pin power connectors, you can use two of these as I did, and you can also fry your Power Supply, as I did. There is a reason that the Molex-to 6-pin PCI adapters that the video card makers send out is actually 2 molex to one 6-pin. You are supposed to run those off of separate runs or "bundles" of wire, not off the same one. Luckily I only fried the PSU, not anything else, but upon disconnecting the GPU one of the two cables I bought disconnected from the head with very little force, the other cable did not. You have been warned!!!
Other Thoughts: Do your self a favor and just buy a 30 dollar Power Supply with PCI-E power connectors and avoid frying your system.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works fine with the cheap GIGABYTE GA-78LMT Mobo. Was an excellent upgrade for my second computer. increased the speeds by at least 300% (was using an AMD A4-3400 Llano Dual-Core 2.7GHz Socket FM1). You cant beat the performance per price, at least not in this price range.
Cons: It doesnt make coffeeREAD FULL REVIEW