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More HDDs than SATA ports

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Go to solution Solved by Herman Mcpootis,

You can get a pci-e to sata adaptor for that, or buy a hdd dock and use it externally.

Is there any way to connect more SATA devices to my PC internally even though all the native SATA ports are occupied? 

 

I've used up all the SATA ports with existing hard drives and SSDs but I wish to connect more HDDs internally. I have the space for more hard drives in my case, just not enough ports on my motherboard. 

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You can get a pci-e to sata adaptor for that, or buy a hdd dock and use it externally.

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