Question Where can I get a 2-pin ATX19V1 cable?

lvt

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Hi,

I have a computer that has a H81T motherboard, it uses DC power rather than a PSU.
It appears I would need a cable to plug in to the 2pin ATX19v1 socket so I can power an SSD.
But I have searched everywhere and can't find anything that would possibly fit.

https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1150/H81T_SI/E8730_H81T.pdf

Does anyone know how I can solve this problem?

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It's not what you need.

Look at the ASUS logo, there are an yellow and a black SATA connector, next to it it's the standard SATA power connector, you can use a split SATA power cable to power two SSD.

The yellow connector is SATA 6.0Gb/s, the black is 3.0Gb/s.
 
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Thank you for the replies, I didn't know that sata power on the motherboard is meant for this, I've never seen it like that before.
Currently the pc is not set up so the SSD in there has never been initialised as it couldn't get power.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iJuyt-ZyzVwVxMHNqpsS5DRa8tViAJvI/view?usp=sharing

I tried using this cable in the picture, one sata power in to the motherboard, the other sata power in to the ssd but the pc failed to turn on at all.

I also have a cable that has a sata power connection on one end and a male 4 pin molex on the other, unfortunately I dont have any suitable female cables, I'll take a look on ebay for something to connect to a 4 pin male molex.
 

lvt

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Thank you for the replies, I didn't know that sata power on the motherboard is meant for this, I've never seen it like that before.
Currently the pc is not set up so the SSD in there has never been initialised as it couldn't get power.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iJuyt-ZyzVwVxMHNqpsS5DRa8tViAJvI/view?usp=sharing

I tried using this cable in the picture, one sata power in to the motherboard, the other sata power in to the ssd but the pc failed to turn on at all.

I also have a cable that has a sata power connection on one end and a male 4 pin molex on the other, unfortunately I dont have any suitable female cables, I'll take a look on ebay for something to connect to a 4 pin male molex.
The SATA connector on your motherboard is male connector, so you need a "female to female" SATA cable to connect your SSD (female connector goes to the SSD too).
 

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