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Xecuter CK3 XT Adapter


Xecuter CK3 XT Adapter

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Team Xecuter
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$5.99
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Tired of having your PC Case open so you can connect your Molex Power & Sata cables to your CK3 (Connectivity Kit 3) ? This is a very useful adapter to keep all your CK3 power and sata cables neat and tidy.

Simply connect to on of your spare PC case slots and connect internally to a SATA port and to a Molex power supply.

External Molex power cable included.

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