I am not sure if the ODD SATA connector is the same. I am guessing that the drive connections are the two above the ODD SATA connectors.
The ODD SATA connectors are data connectors in case the machine came with SATA optical drives. That machine has 6 SATA busses.
Unscrew the plug at the back of the drive sled to make room and run a power cable and data cable to the drive.
You can get a Y connector for the power to the optical drive/s, and off of one leg go to a SATA power adapter, with the data cable going to either the 3rd or 4th bay SATA data connector or one of the ODD SATA connectors.
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