Yes. I would unplug or disable in BIOS the other HD though. Otherwise it will configure a Dual Boot menu with the new install.
However if you're not able to do this the new install will be able to be deleted in Disk Mgmt and it won't require repairs to remove since the new install will only update boot files on the old one.
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