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USB 3.0 Go Flex Cable and internal Optical drive

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Hi all,

I have a new SFF computer with no optical drive.
Can usb deliver enough power through the goflex's cable to spin up and operate an internal optical drive?

Thanks All
Edited by HAGNK - 4/10/12 at 5:12am
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is the go flex the3.5 inch desktop one or the 2.5 inch portable one. The 2.5 inch go flex should power a laptop drive but not a full 5.25 inch drive and the 3.5 inch will power both a full sized 5.25inch optical drive and a laptop drive.
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