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How Many SSDs in the HP Te01-1022 Envoy Desktop

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Envoy Desktop te01-1022
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I'm seeing conflicting info on the net regards this computer.  Some documentation says it has an additional 2.5 drive bay, yet it also indicates that the power supply does not have and extra power feed for the bay.  Also docs say it has two M.2 slots.  Can both be used for SSDs?  Just trying to figure out the upgrade path for the computer.

 

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Warren

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m.2 or 2.5" real SATA drive, SSD?   sure the m.2 is limited, sure. and in the manual this coverage

  • One M.2 socket 1, Key A Wi-Fi/Bluetooth, cellular cards/3/4/5g etc
  • One M.2 socket 3, Key M, (2280/2242) SSD.  boots.

sure its conflicting after all there are 2+ answers, but the most is slot M, some m2. ssd may not work there, NVME.

2.5" DRIVES SSD: answer long.

what matters is what is there now or opted new CTO or what was uipgraded.

GPU cards, PSU options, and any slots empty  or not.

 

now many can fit inside?,  ( I have PCs with many SSD clamped on to vast places inside a PC, there is no motor and vibration from SDD so vast solutions works even tie wrapped and DVD bay converters and well endless, really.(physically)

and now many sata and 15 pin power plugs you have. (you have 2 slots so no GPU means 2 SATA Cards fit for expansion.

I even have  Z600 HP with SATA6 card that runs SSD 2.5" at full 500MB/s rates.  yah.

on a real desktop I can have 20 SATA ports, 8 in the x1 slots. and one more. (real mobo , real cases) not AIO or mini cases.

I can put PSU in there that has vast SATA power cables, my desktops are real and can use any PSU.

i could not find full spec on your PC nor manual nor PSU full spec, at all. cables used and how.

i guess too new.

NO warranty answers by me.
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Hello
if it is your computer

 TE01-1022 Product Specifications

512 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD

1 TB 7200 rpm SATA HDD


it is equipped with an m2 type SSD and a classic SATA disk, is that right?

If you want to connect another SSD, in fact, you may have problems with connectors, not available, and specific model, you must check, because no documentation is available on this subject here
For locations, it is no longer specified as before, the docs, are general, so it may be different with your computer

Upgrading and Servicing Guide
Otherwise, you have to sacrifice the Sata Disc
Now, for the user, a second SSD is not a huge gain, the HDD is used to store data, no need to be super fast, the ssd is suitable for installing windows and programs.
unless you have a particular use?

 

Motherboard Specifications

we don't even know the number of SATA slots here!


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