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Mac Pro 2010 - Cables for PCI-E SATA-III Card to SSDs?

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Howdy,

I read about here and ordered the recommended PCI-E card (cheap SYBA card) to run my two Samsung EVO SSDs (not RAID) that are currently running in the bottom optical drive slot, using the two stock cables (disconnected optical drive).

It didn't occur to me until the card came in that I'd need to resolve cabling. I can't just use a long pair of SATA cables, as the power is integrated into the stock connectors.

Is there a kit for this? Or a tutorial I should check out? I'd rather not have to hack up any cables. I could, but would prefer not to!

Thanks in advance!

 
Date: Jan 12, 2018   


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