What to avoid when connecting a 2.5" SSD to a power supply unit

Category : Setup / Operation
Note that some power supply units from the market still come with power splitter cables that feature a 4-pin Molex connector at one end of a splitter and a 15-pin SATA connector at the other, a design that will likely cause unstable power supplies to the SSD due to the different voltages required by the two connector types. If you connect an SSD to such a splitter cable, you might find your SSD burnt after some time. For proper and full SSD use, you're advised to connect the SSD to a standard SATA cable that features 15-pin SATA connectors only.
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