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This review is from: StarTech 6" 4 Pin Molex to SATA Power Cable Adapter SATAPOWADAP
Other Thoughts: What more is there to say? Got 3 of them...it's an adapter, it's simple and works.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 4 ports
Fits 2U rack mount case (low profile) as well as full desktop tower
Includes both low-profile and full-size PCI slot brackets
Cons: Narrow PCI slots (too close together or too much metal between slots) may require trimming the case slightly
Other Thoughts: Seems to work very well, it gives 4 USB 3.0 ports in a very small form factor at a price comparable to some 2-port cards. As another review said, if your PCI slots are too close together or have metal between them it MAY require slight filing or modification to the case. I was able to make it fit by loosening the screws slightly on this and the PCI cards on either side, then carefully and gently adjusting the USB ports by less than 1/16 inch until they lined up with the PCI slot cutout in my case. Once I plugged in 4 USB cables I re-tightened the PCI slot screws to securely keep everything in the correct position.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Habey EMC-600BL Black Heavy duty 3mm aluminum Server Case 60W
Pros: Ultra small
Cons: Challenge for fitting drives & cables
Other Thoughts: I put a GA-C1007UN-D motherboard in this and it was a very snug fit to make a SATA cable and CompactFlash to SATA SSD fit in as well but it works. It's doable without any fans added but I eventually added a pair of 10x40mm fans where the PCI slot is and it helps keep things significantly cooler with almost zero increase in noise.
One note the power plug goes out the side (why?) so I suggest drilling a hole in the backplate and moving it - the connector is held on with a nut so it's trivial to change.