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Can I fit a full height hard drive in my 7200?
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According to Apple specs there is:
"Expansion bay for additional 3.5-inch hard disk or other SCSI device," which is half-height by definition.

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http://til.info.apple.com/techinfo.nsf/06e239ed35f6922486256495005b8d87/d45c6dd6ca83aeef862564950063d974?OpenDocument
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Thanks. So a full height drive would have to be external? How high is "full height" anyway?
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