I’m sorting all the cabling and connectors for an upcoming project. For most of my custom cables I use MDPC-X sleeve and black silicon wire, generally 18AWG (I tend to re-use wire when making custom fan cables). So I’ve got a few LEDs I’d like to power via SATA, a connector I’ve never worked with before. It seems the power connector is 15 pin, with a two part plug that either snaps on or needs gluing. Connectors coming from the power supply are female, and components tend to be male. Please correct me if any of this is wrong! None of the PSU cable will be visible, so I can use one of the standard daisy chained ones with four of the pass through connectors. Where the hell do I find two-part male connectors with solder terminals? I’ve looked everywhere, and OCUK don’t seem to do any connectors of any sort these days. So questions: Is my thinking sound? Have I gotten anything wrong that’ll cause me trouble when making these? Where the hell do I find the appropriate connectors? Is there an alternative I’m not considering? If I need to make custom wires for the PSU that’s not a problem, I would really like to avoid the traditional 4 pin molex as I think it’s garbage. I suppose I could use fan connectors, though I think they’re less appropriate.