The first two you linked are designed for board mounting, not for cables; there are no covers designed for them. The first one is pretty much impossible to crimp wires onto without a special tool I have yet to find and soldering wires to the terminals is iffy at best due to their close spacing (believe me, I've tried). The second one is designed to be soldered to a PCB.
I have searched high and low for male cable connectors and I have yet to find any. However, there is a way around the problem. Get a SATA power extension cable that has the male connector on one end and cut off the connector on the other end. They are easy to find inexpensively if you don't need anything very long. If the colored wires turn you off or show through your sleeving, a Black Sharpie felt pen will do a nice job of blackening the wires.
I did find a source for a cable that's just shy of 24" but it costs a bit more. If you don't like the sloppy looking sleeving on it, you can just remove it after cutting off the wrong connector. https://modmymods.com/phobya-sata-power-extension-internal-60cm-black.html
If you need a cable that is longer than the ModMyMods cable, just use a less expensive shorter cable and splice in longer wires. If you stagger the splices, they will be less likely to show bulges in the sleeving.
Btw, I suggest you avoid MODdiy whenever possible. Besides taking a long time to receive orders from China, if you ever have a problem with an order, it will just about take an act of God to get them to respond, let alone do anything. Also, not all of their product listings are accurate.Edited by Lady Fitzgerald - 5/12/16 at 6:42pm