Is it possible - two hard drives in w510

Hello, on Lenovo specification page about w510 ( ) I`ve found "Жесткий диск До 2x320 ГБ RAID 0" (in English - "Hard Drive Up to 2x320 GB RAID 0") is it means that it is possible to install two hard drives? In wich specifications it is possible?
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Hi and welcome to the forum!
You need Thinkpad Serial ATA Hard Drive Bay adapter to put the second HDD in W510:-
It will work in any W510's configuration.
Hope this helps.
Maliha (I don't work for lenovo)
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