3 hard disks can be put in a Studio XPS 435 t / 9000 system

Hi could someone tell me if I can put a third hard drive in my Studio XPS 435 t / 9000
and type of witch I can use


Hi could someone tell me if I can put a third hard drive in my Studio XPS 435 t / 9000
and type of witch I can use


Yes, the Studio XPS 435 t/9000 supports three 3.5 ", SATA drives, see page 57 here:


You need a SATA, 3.5 ", internal hard drive 7200 RPM, a SATA data cable 2 x 6-32 x 1/4 cylinder head screws to install the drive, there should be a spare 15 pin power connector SATA for him in the case.

The Service Manual is here:



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