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I think it's the bundle comes with an enclosure and a SATA and USB cable, plus a handy screwdriver. The standalone is the drive alone and nothing else (maybe the screwdriver?)
By Simon Dyer on 13 February 2015
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As I understand it, the Alienware 13 already has a 512GB SSD installed, unless you only have the 420GB SSD. It comes as kit with an adaptor for installing into a PC 3.5 inch tray. It also comes with Cloning software, which does not copy the original drive faithfully. You will have to update most of the drivers after in… see more As I understand it, the Alienware 13 already has a 512GB SSD installed, unless you only have the 420GB SSD. It comes as kit with an adaptor for installing into a PC 3.5 inch tray. It also comes with Cloning software, which does not copy the original drive faithfully. You will have to update most of the drivers after installing the cloned drive. I have been running one now in an HP All-in-one PC for many months now, and it is very fast. I hope this helps. see less
By stevebfc on 23 June 2015
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Hey,
A little dig, please word your question properly as its not very straight forward,
Because I'm on a train to work I can't check for you but what I do know is this Solid State Drive uses a SATA connection.… see more
Hey,
A little dig, please word your question properly as its not very straight forward,
Because I'm on a train to work I can't check for you but what I do know is this Solid State Drive uses a SATA connection.
Check your motherboard specs for how many SATA ports it has. There are 3 versions of SATA with varying speeds, SATA 2 and SATA 3 being the most popular.
ANY SATA will be MORE than fast enough for this SSD :)
(I reccomend this drive too!)
Also have a look on ebuyer dot com for some good deals on larger SSD's, I know there crucial SSD has £100 knocked off the price :) see less

By Bailey Allen on 24 April 2014
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The connections to the SSD are in two parts.
There is the sata connection for the data and a molex connection.
You can get a combined connector, or you can use two separate cables.… see more
The connections to the SSD are in two parts.
There is the sata connection for the data and a molex connection.
You can get a combined connector, or you can use two separate cables.
These connections have there own unique size and shape and won't
connect to other stuff on the motherboard, or the wrong way on the SSD.
The combined connector is a "Y" shaped thing with one end for
the SSD and the other two for the motherboard and molex connector.
Most motherboards have 4+ sata connection points as standard.
There should also be some empty molex connections, if not you can get a
splitter to use with an existing one. Molex connecting points are
physically larger than sata and also tend to be on cables dangling in the desktop case.
Ugly white plastic with four pin points inside for connecting usually.
If you look at the existing hard drive and follow the cables you can see this.
The various cables I have mentioned are inexpensive, small change really.
Although it seems obvious to get cables that are long enough don't be tempted by very long cables bcause that just leads to clutter and tangles. see less

By Bob G on 20 June 2014
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i does not come with sata cable they can be purchased cheap on amazon. have had this for a while never had any issues hope this helps
By mechhead on 09 April 2014
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No it does not
By Gee Wizz on 06 September 2014
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Hi Theo C, I bought the bundle kit and that included a SATA cable etc. I do not know about the stand alone version. JP
By JP on 22 September 2014
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I haven't got a clue. I find mine very usefully with the amount of time I am in and out of cases and laptops. You can't have mine.
I would suggest somewhere that sells second hand stuff like e-bay. Someone may not want theirs.
Cheers

By Ian, London on 04 May 2014
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Doesn't need one, it's backward compatable as far as I know.
By michae1ange1o on 18 March 2015