The red, and black connectors, are your motherboard SATA connectors:
SATA cable, connects motherboard to the drive:
In this image of your power supply, you can see the SATA power connector, on the bottom left:Sata Power Connector
That will plug into your SATA drive, and as the name suggests, supply power to the drive.
The 4-pin to SATA adapter would only be necessary, if you didn't have a SATA power connector available.
If that were the case, the 4-pin connector would plug into the 4-pin molex power connector (bottom right in the image)
, and the other end would plug into your drive.
I would also opt for a better quality power supply.
I'm not trying to be insulting, but $30 for a 600 Watt power supply, is a joke.
I wouldn't expect it to last long, or perform up to specs.Do not
scrimp on your PSU.
Invest a little extra for a name brand, reliable, PSU.
If a PSU fails, it could potentially take out every
component in your system.
Why take the chance?
Some quality power supplies, in no particular order, are:
PC Power & Cooling
Edited by tg1911, 02 November 2008 - 12:07 PM.