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Pavilion 24-r101na All-in-One - NVME Compatibility

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Hi,

 

I'm considering upgrading my Pavilion 24-r101na  with an NVME SSD, but am uncertain about compatibility.

 

I've had a look on the product page, which in turn links to the OrionR5UF motherboard spec. (The motherboard URL in the product page incorrectly links to the Klingon-UF motherboard).

 

The motherboard spec page shows:

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Which doesn't explicitly state whether this is an NVME compatible M.2 socket.  From the picture on the page it's not possible to see whether this is an 'M' keyed slot - but even if it is, I'm not sure whether that confirms the M.2 slot supports NVME?

 

Thanks for any help you can give.

 

Robin

 

 

 

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@Robin_Edinburgh

 

As an upgrade/custom enthusiast I personally love the idea of upgrading the device as well.

However, HP recommends that you go easy on it as the device is equipped with parts that perform at its optimal performance and also, the upgradeable parts listed above are purely for your ease, though the decision to upgrade will be at your own discretion

 

Regarding the Socket

 

Socket 1 is being used for SSD

Socket 3 is being used for wireless LAN

 

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