I made a functional adapter plate last week, nothing I' m going to post and I'd probably remake it with a few modifications. However, today I came accross 4 Molex to SATA power adapters. I'm considering putting the Server power Supply back in with those, I'm also considering swapping out the fan in the PSU to solve the noise issue. It's just a 2pin connector on the fan. Not worried about warranty of anything like that as the whole system is salvaged. I've also had success swapping fans in PSU's before that were soldered in so this isn't difficult.
IStar TC-300R8(300w redundant Hot-Swap power Supply 300wx2)
430w EVGA 80 Plus
2 DVD-Rom drives((1) IDE w/ Molex Power, (1) Sata w/ Sata Power)
Several HDD(up to 4, mostly 2.5", will vary as I'm planning on setting up 1 Hot swap bay for misc drives(or I may get a USB Sata dock))
Basic dual VGA graphics card(no onboard Graphics), planning on using a software KVM of some kind once it's set up
Usage of the machine will be occasional Virtual machine host(Windows versions(I have no windows machines, but occasionally have need of Windows Programs) & new Linux distro testing.
Desktops: "John2" Custom, Gigabyte F2A88Xm-D3H, AMD 6A-5400K Trinity 3.6Ghz Dual-Core APU, 16Gb DDR3 HyperX Fury 1866Mhz RAM, 120Gb Crucial Force LS SSD OS) Linux Mint 17.3, 320Gb Raid1 array consisting of (1) Seagate ST320LT020-9YG14 & (1) Fujitsu MZH2320B
Francisco: HP pavilion p7-1080t upgraded with 16Gb ram. Windows 7. Used only for Gaming
Server.GaltsGulch: HP Elite 8300 Small Form Factor, i7-3770, 16Gb ram, Kingston SSDNow 120Gb SSD, 3Tb storage HDD, Fedora Linux/Avahi, Headless