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What can I do with the expansion slots?

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OMEN by HP Desktop PC - 880-160se CTO, Tampa 2 Motherboard
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I want to increase my Storage & improve my system. It appears I have maximum memory (32Gb). I want to upgrade my 500Gb "C" drive to a 1Tb SSD (which I already have. I would also like to add any memory or drives that I can.

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Hello
try to be a little more specific, what exactly can we do for you, what exactly do you want ..
For memory, do you really need 32 gb of ram, are you sure?
I have a computer with 16 gb of ram, is it is more than enough for the use that I in fact

How much space do you need, maybe, is it not necessary, to add as many disks as you can in this type of computer?
what level is your problem, if not, installing a disk is pretty straightforward, you have two quick add bays

https://support.hp.com/fr-fr/product/omen-by-hp-880-100-desktop-pc-series/18695893/model/18894927/do...

what graphics card do you have?

 

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I already have the 32Gb  of RAM, it is included as the original configuration from HP, so there's no problem there! I do want to upgrade my "C" drive to a larger drive because it is always full & I don't see anything I can delete! 

I do think the links you listed will be the help I need to do this.

I'm still unsure how I can use the expansion slots, but looking at the motherboard I can see that they are already used in the factory configuration.

 

Thank You

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