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I want to convert 15 pin SATA to 6 pin Slimline but there is problem the 15 pin SATA contain 3 "+5V" and 6 ground but the slimline one only contain 2 "+5V" pines and 2 ground with 2 additional pines DP and M

Can someone please help me with the wiring.

this is a 15 pin sata power i want to convert it

 i want the result a 6 pin sata power

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Voting to close because this is an off-topic usage question, but even more so because it has been abandoned and the anti-community daemon keeps uselessly dredging it up \$\endgroup\$ – Chris Stratton Jul 19 at 0:13
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Use 2 5V wires and connect them to slimline (i.e. Pin :- 9, 10). Leave the third 5V wire.

Use 2 GND wires and connect them to slimline (i.e. Pin :- 12, 13). Leave the other four GND wires.

The SATA to Slimline converters available in the market only seem to use one wire for 5V & one wire for GND. They bridge the two 5V & GND at the Slimline side.

Using one wire for each is fine but I would recommend you to go with the 2-wire approach.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ thank you you are a life saver what about "device presence" and "manufacturer diagnostic " pin 8 and 11 in pic 2 what should i do with them \$\endgroup\$ – aymen opa Mar 13 at 15:34
  • \$\begingroup\$ No need to attach them to anything. \$\endgroup\$ – Electric_90 Mar 13 at 15:38

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