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Help with SATA power pinouts

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I thought things were done correctly but I'm not getting any power to the drives. This is on a Corsair HX520W - Jonny Guru Review.

I chained 5 in 1 to look like this:

700

And here is what the original cable leads look like:

700700

These are the ending leads on the cable that I made:

450700

Originally I forgot to swap the 5v and ground leads and powered on the computer, it didn't start. I pulled out the pins and did the switch and now none of the drives are showing up in UEFI. They are not even spinning up, so something must be wired wrong.
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from the keyed side of the SATA power connector, it should be 3.3V, Gnd, 5V, Gnd, 12V. Perhaps you should check it to be sure you have the right pin order.
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Intel Core i5 2500K MSI P67A-GD65 eVga GeForce GTX 480 Hydro Copper G.Skill Ripjaws X DDR3-1066 4x4Gb 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
2x 500Gb SATA | 750Gb SATA | 1Tb SATA LG SATA DVD-RW DangerDen Water Windows 7 Ultimate X64 
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AOC 2236VW 1920x1080 22" WS AOC 2236VW 1920x1080 22" WS SilverStone Strider ST850 
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