HDD not working or showing, help!

My Specs:
- The HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200rpm 64MB
- (Power supply): Corsair RM650x 650W
- (Graphics Card): MSI GeForce GTX 1080 8GB Gaming X
- (SSD): Samsung 960 EVO 250GB
- (Motherboard): msi z270 gaming pro carbon
- Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO
- Intel Core i5 7600K 3.8 GHz 6MB
- Corsair 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 2133MHz CL13 Vengeance LPX Series
- ASUS DVD±RW DRW-24D5M
- Windows 10 Home
- (Case): Deepcool Tesseract ATX Svart/Blå LED

Soo, I built my own PC for the first time a couple of weeks ago.
But the HDD I got is not showing ANYWHERE (2tb).
It's not showing in BIOS or disk management.

But, I've tried other HDD's I have access to. One is working and I'm using it right now, a 300gb HDD.
The same thing happened to the other HDD's that I tried, couldn't see them anywhere. Just this one could be recognized.

Has is it something to do with the Power Supply? Too low? 'cause I'm really stuck here.

Thank you in advance!
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  1. 1. What is the full model of the Seagate? ST2000DM001?
    2. Is there any data on this drive that you need/want recovered?
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  2. DR_Luke said:
    1. What is the full model of the Seagate? ST2000DM001?
    2. Is there any data on this drive that you need/want recovered?


    1. The model is "ST2000DM006"
    2. And No, there's nothing on The drive, it's completely new!

    Thank you for your reply man!
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  3. The Seagate DM series drives are known for their issues, though this model should be okay. If you cannot get the drive to identify at all on any system, get an RMA replacement from Seagate while it is still under warranty.
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  4. DR_Luke said:
    The Seagate DM series drives are known for their issues, though this model should be okay. If you cannot get the drive to identify at all on any system, get an RMA replacement from Seagate while it is still under warranty.

    Ooh, ok, massive thanks for your replies! Will do!
    Reply to hawkwhispah
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