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Multiple SSD's and single power cable

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Is it safe to say that with how little power they draw, that 2 or 3 SSD's on the same power cable (modular Antec Neopower 500W) should be OK ?
Have to think there would be no issue of under powering that config?

Planning on rolling out a few Barracuda 120 SSDs on the same line to keep the cables down.

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5 minutes ago, Shack24 said:

Is it safe to say that with how little power they draw, that 2 or 3 SSD's on the same power cable (modular Antec Neopower 500W) should be OK ?
Have to think there would be no issue of under powering that config?

Planning on rolling out a few Barracuda 120 SSDs on the same line to keep the cables down.

Yes, that's why they have 2 SATA connectors on a power cable, or more.


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