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Re: OMEN by HP Desktop PC - 870-119

I know! That's what others say!

 

Please click “Accept as Solution” on the post that solves your issue to help others find the same solution.
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(pun intended)

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Re: OMEN by HP Desktop PC - 870-119

part surfer was a dead end for this issue

 

however seems to be a good resource if you repairing and looking for HP replacement parts

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Re: OMEN by HP Desktop PC - 870-119

Hi,

 

If you look carefully at the below image, you will see that the OMEN 870-1xx series is provisioned to support three (3) physical hard drives. If you want use more three SATA devices then I suggest that you not use the optical drive if installed but instead use a USB connected optical drive. I even ran into this situation of not having enough SATA ports on a Z270 chipset motherboard and elected to use an USB optical drive.  I seldom use optical these days and more and more PCs are being sold without optical drives.  Optical is a dying technology. However if may still be beneficial to you. If the PCIe x1 slot is open in your PC then you could add a PCIe card to provide additional SATA ports.

 

omen 850-1xx drive cage.jpg

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Re: OMEN by HP Desktop PC - 870-119

yes this is where i have finally arrived at aswell

 

as a problem solver for me ... nice imaging btw

 

and this

 

" If the PCIe x1 slot is open in your PC then you could add a PCIe card to provide additional SATA ports."

 

nice option/idea 

 

thanx

 

 

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