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I've decided to upgrade this PC with another 8gb memory stick (the same model and frequency - 3200 Samsung) to enable double channel for best Ryzen performance. It works fine,  so I've got x2 (sometimes) performance in games. The next step was changing stock Toshiba kbg30zmv256g pcie 256Gb (pcie x2 only) for larger Patriot Scorch 512Gb (also pcie x2). I received a lot of problems - sometimes very long boot, sometimes freezes, long mouse click reaction etc. Patriot ssd is brand new with no errors, last MB bios, cleared cmos, clean W10 setup. There is no such problems using stock ssd. May be ssd White list? Any thoughts? I really need help! There is no help from HP support. 

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You have an entry level B+M (actually SATA600) device.

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