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new SSD for HP 27-dp0025ur

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HP 27-dp0025ur
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In my plans buy a monoPC HP 27-dp0025ur. And immediately add new PCI-E x4 SSD to it. Will this option work? SSD 500Gb Samsung 970 EVO Series (MZ-V7E500BW)

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AIO PC . 128 GB PCIe® NVMe™ TLC M.2 SSD comes with

PCI-E x4 SSD to it.  (not M2.)

 

the intent.  my guess bigger M2. right  and kick the old one out right?

 

 

500Gb Samsung 970 EVO Series (MZ-V7E500BW)

ok that is clear that is M2,  . and max length.

first is length of M2. must fit the PC,  or do not order it.

and 2nd is will it support booting (old yes, new unknown till tried) NVME

then last is how to get windows back on it ,  (underwarranty Ive no clue)

 

the spec page on your  PC the motherboard link is 100% dead. (kinda scary that for expensive OEM PC)

I see no mobo photos.

the upgrade manual is horror. not good for $1000 cash, IMO,. good luck to you.

NO warranty answers by me.
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No. Old SSD as the boot\system one. And the new one, as an additional drive.

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