I am doing a new build and have a question about a power supply hookup to the SATA power
The MB is a Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Hero (WI-FI)
The PS is a EVGA SuperNOVA 850 P2, 80+ PLATINUM 850W , Fully Modular Power supply.
The cooler is a Corsair HT115i AIO cooler
The Hard Drive is a WD Bkack SATA
The Case is a ASUS Strix Helios GX601.
From the power supply, I used 1 SATA power cable that could supply power to 4 SATA devices. The case needs 2, the cooler needs 1 and the hard drive needs 1 SATA power. When I user one cable from the power supply to power all 4 devices, the system wont power up and stay on. It turns on briefly and doesn't boot. I unplugged the hard and it boots and runs. Is this expected behavior for everything I put on one SATA cable? I think either something is wrong with a device drawing too much power or the combined load of all 4 devices is too much for one SATA cable.
I plan to add a second SATA cable to the EVGA and put the hard drive on a separate module of the supply.
Any advice on this?