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goixiz
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HP ENVY 24 AIO n014 - UPgrade memory and SSD options

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I like to upgrade both the memory and the SSD (prefer M.2)

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@goixiz , welcome to the Community.

 

Here are the Product Specifications and the Motherboard Specifications for the computer.

 

If you look at the section titled "Memory/Memory upgrade information", in the Product Specifications, it gives you the specifications of the memory and the maximum memory (16 GB).  Here is the memory that is recommended by Crucial Memory.  It is best to install the memory in matching pairs since the motherboard has Dual channel memory architecture.  This will give you the best system performance.  You may have to remove the current memory if it isn't a match with the memory that you purchase.

 

The section "Expansion Slots", in the Memory Specifications, states as follows: One M.2 slot for SSD.  Since it doesn't state differently, I believe that you will need to buy a SATA, M.2.  Here is a M.2, SSD, that should work for you.

 

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Thank you for the info

Is there a specific M.2 SSD that i should look for to purchase ?

How much increase in performance  an M.2  vs   SSD (replacing the HDD) ?  (approx) 

 

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@goixiz 

 

I will answer both of your questions here.  I have given you a link to a M.2 in my previous post that should work.  The difference in speed of a M.2 and standard SSD can be measured to be considerable.  However, I have both in my custom build and honestly, I don't see a lot of difference.  I even use a EVO 840 for storage that I boot using a USB to SATA adapter.  It is plenty fast even in this situation.  Speed is actually in the eye of the beholder.

 

In recent years I have not heard of a M.2 socket being disabled.  I can't say for certain that it wasn't done in the past, however.



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