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Your Motherboard has SATA connections for 4 drives, as shown in this diagram of your MB.
You will need a SATA data connector, usually 18" long, but there are 8", 12" 36". Buy on with straight connectors on the ends, and the clips to hold them in place. Like the connector end in the diagram.
You wil also need a SATA power connector from your power supply, to connect to the new HDD. It will look like the diagram
With the power off, install the HDD in one of the case slots, connect the SATA 7 pin data connector to SATA_2 on your MB and the other end to the HDD, and finally connect the 15 pin power connector to the back of the drive.
There are angled notches on one side of the data and power connectors so you don't connect them backwards.
Turn it on, boot it up, and you should have the new drive ready to be Initialized, Partitioned, and NTFS file system installed on it (in Disk Management)
Then it will be ready to use.