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Oroir
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M2 hd - Whats fit

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Have i the old system ( sata ) on my mobo for M2 ssd or new system for NVME M2 ssd.

HP Pavilion 595-p0049nb

product number  4MH87EA

 

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  • Name HP: Lincs
  • SSID: 843B

i dont use the Pci express 

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WAWood
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@Oroir 

Here's the product information for your PC: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c06087515

 

You can see on the photo and in the specs that is has an M.2 2280 slot for an SSD.

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Oroir
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Dear ,

 

I see specification that see - 

  • One M.2 socket 3, 2280 type for SSD

but M2 socket can have 2 different type of M2 ssd . 

1 . Sata  ( low speed ) 

2 NVMe ( fast speed )

 

both have different plugin socket , that’s what I want to know .

I suppose 2280 that’s the length of ssd .

 

now I place a ssd but not on m2 socket , wit sata interface .

before I change I must nee sure of that NVMe ssd will work with my motherboard .

 

thanks

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@Oroir 

Unfortunately, the specs don't say which one -- but if you get the SATA SSD, it has two slots on the end, so it fits either a SATA port or an NVMe port.

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