I am wondering how many hard drives a single power cable can handle. Here is a theoretical example to try and explain what I mean. Let's say I have 5 hard drives in my computer. I need them to be able to all be plugged in, but only have 1 power cable available from my PSU. The power cable has 2 plugs on it, and I have 3 Y-Splitters (if I plug 1 splitter into each plug on the power cable and another splitter into one of the two, then I would have 5 available plugs total, all on the 1 cable). Will this one power cable be able to support the needs of 5 hard drives running at the same time, or must I get more cables from the PSU? I just need to know how many drives per cable are workable. Not sure if this made sense, but hopefully someone will understand and know the answer. Thanks.