For some context, I got the G509 as my second PC, and quickly realized it's storage capacity is less than half of my old pc's. I dealt with it for while but its reached a point where I just need more space. So, I disassembled my old PC and took the harddrive out, but now I can't find a way to install it. I have the SATA connector and already and know where to plug it in, but I don't have the power connecter, nor an obvious place to plug it in.
The metal cover in front of the PSU hides the power cables, you should find SATA power there. The case doesn't have mounts or a 3.5" drive. You can mount 2x2.5" drives and there's a second M.2 slot on the board for an additional drive.
@PowerSpec_MikeW is there any images I could look at for guidance? and also would there be a way to store the drive externally or loosely internally or would that cause damage
It's not moving around being a Desktop. So long as you don't short the PCB out on the metal chassis it shouldn't cause any issues. Might be best to put the drive in an enclosure and use it via a USB 3 port.
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