I noticed last night that my Dell Inspirion 3800 harddrive caddy connector is the exact same connector that the Fujitsu Point1600 uses. (The caddy connector is removeable from the caddy and has a 44 pin connector on one end and a brown socket on the other end).
Before you cut off the hardrive connector and try to make your own caddy... look on ebay for a dell inspirion 3800 or similar harddrive caddy and use the stock connector.
RE:Fujitsu Point 1600 hard drive caddy.... work around (modified 0 times)
So the connector works with modification as far as fitting and machine posts unlike with the 510 cable but it does not power up the hard drive at all.
Does anyone know of a connector or cable that does work trying not to go the soldering route if I can find an easier solution and is it possible to overclock like the 510 worked great and brought it up to 133mhz any help would be appreciated.
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