Nope, tried it once, but wound up costing me two hard drives that I could not even reformat.
But, short answer is no.
ps, WIN7 is 64 bit.
SSD for boot drive works great. Of the 4 HDD from old system (same WIN7) one drive works great, other 3 don't show up in Windows Explorer. Tried swapping power and data connectors. They do show up in bios and in Device Manager under disk drives.