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MrCookieCat
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Omen 870-224 HDD upgrade

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I´m running out of storage and I'm wondering if my PSU would be able to support this HDD https://www.amazon.com/Seagate-FireCuda-Gaming-Accelerated-Performance/dp/B07H2F3741 
It's worth noting that I upgraded my PC with a Zotac RTX 2060 non AMP that uses 160 watts

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I forgot to mention that I want to add this to my PC not replace the current HDD

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HEllo @MrCookieCat 

 

You should be fine to add the Seagate SSHD to your system. You have a 500w PSU and the Seagate will only use up to 6.7 watts at its peak.

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